Leicester City could fall below strengthen its workforce as they had hoped with Brendan Rodgers revealed he wanted five new players this summer.
With 10 days remaining in the transfer window, the city has brought in two new faces: Belgian defender Timothy Castagne and Turkish Cengiz Under extreme. They have been pushing hard for a center-back also the submission of tenders for Wesley Fofana of Saint-Etienne and Burnley James Tarkowski. But if the city does not sign a center-half before the deadline on October 5, players would still be two short of the ideal number of Rodgers.
“It’s not an easy market for us. I see a lot of clubs in and around us who are spending a lot of money to improve their squads. Hopefully, at the end of the window, we will have bought players we would have liked. It is a challenge for us. “
He added: “I felt at the end of last season that if we were able to bring five players, you really could then strengthen the staff, that would really help us progress and develop.