Leicester City’s Youri Tielemans has actually stated he is ‘keeping his choices open’ concerning his future in the middle of links to Manchester United.

The 24- year-old’s track record has actually considerably increased because he signed up with the Foxes in January 2019, at first on loan which was later on made long-term.

He withstood a hard time throughout his previous stint at Monaco, where he made just 6 objectives and 3 helps in 65 overall looks.

Nevertheless, he handled to reignite his profession at the King Power. He has actually clocked up 113 matches throughout all competitors for the East Midlands attire up until now, scoring 18 objectives and developing 19 helps at the same time (statistics from Transfermarkt).

The skilled midfielder likewise smashed the winner in Leicester’s 1-0 success over Chelsea in the 2021 FA Cup last at Wembley Arena.

Nevertheless, his newest remarks recommend that he might likewise leave the Foxes in the coming months, with his present agreement set to end in 2 years.

The Belgian footballer informed Sky Sports: ” There is no upgrade truly. I’m open to whatever and the transfer market has actually simply closed so I simply attempt to keep as much alternatives as I can open. As long as I’m here I’m going to offer whatever to the club, I have actually currently done so, however I’m going provide much more and the agreement circumstance is simply something that’s going on in football. It’s simply a typical circumstance, they [his agent and the club] are talking.

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Leicester City have actually offered a few of their most significant stars in the last couple of years to larger clubs in the Premier League.

N’Golo Kante, Riyad Mahrez and Harry Maguire have all left the club in extremely financially rewarding offers.

It would not be unexpected if they likewise choose to capitalize Tielemans if he declines to pen an extension.

A few of the greatest European clubs are stated to be thinking about protecting his services, consisting of Barcelona, Liverpool, Real Madrid and Manchester United.



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