Leicester City have ambitions of boosting their attacking options in the summer. Telegraph’s John Percy reported.
The reports claim the club manager Brendan Rodgers wants to sign two new attackers if the Foxes seal qualification to the Champions League.
Leicester have moved up to 58 points, following a 3-0 win against Crystal Palace last weekend,
Sitting third, Leicester are 1 point ahead of Chelsea in 4th, while Man United in 5th are 3 points behind.
Returning to Leicester’s transfer plans, Rodgers is looking to add a striker and a winger to his squad. The Telegraph report:
Leicester want to add at least one forward ahead of next season.
Rodgers is also keen to sign another winger to add further competition in wide areas.
Brendan Rodgers wants more firepower up front to help out Jamie Vardy if Leicester make Europehttps://t.co/iLV4Ib72y3
— Telegraph Football (@TeleFootball) July 6, 2020
What Brendan Rodgers said about signing new forwards
In his press conference before Leicester’s match at Arsenal tonight, Brendan Rodgers discussed the need to boost the attacking options at the club:
There’s no doubt we need more options going forward. If we have European football next season it will increase the number of games and of course we’ll then need to improve the squad for that.
Our recruitment team are looking at targets and options for us to improve the squad.
Vardy, 33, is on course to win the Premier League’s Golden Boot this season. He has 21 goals.
Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is his closest rival on 19 goals.
Southampton’s Danny Ings has 18 goals, while Liverpool’s Mo Salah has 17 goals.
Icing on the 🍰
Vintage Vardy to round off yesterday’s victory! pic.twitter.com/6HfvvF51Nw
— Leicester City (@LCFC) July 5, 2020