Leicester bid to signed wonderful £25 million Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall replacement

Leicester bid to signed wonderful £25 million Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall replacement

Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall Taking One Huge Risk With Chelsea Move

Leicester City reportedly made their first attempt to replace their former star ahead of other promoted Premier League opponents Southampton after losing Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall to Chelsea.

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It’s safe to say that the Foxes have had a challenging start to the summer, with Enzo Maresca and Dewsbury-Hall both leaving Leicester for Chelsea and PSR punishments perhaps on the horizon for the following campaign. However, things are at last beginning to get better. Bobby Decordova-Reid’s recent arrival may be a harbinger of things to come at King Power Stadium in the coming month or two, since it finally opened Leicester’s transfer market.

Decordova-Reid stated to Leicester’s official website following the agreement’s signing: “Coming here was a special moment, looking around and seeing the infrastructure.” That “wow” factor is there. It is pleasant to feel. I’m happy to be here and am eager to get started. The manager and I had a great conversation during which he shared the club’s vision. He was rather explicit about what he wanted and what he saw in me over our several conversations. It’s the ideal fit for me, and he has faith in me.

The former Fulham player might only be Leicester’s first addition. The Scottish Sun claims that Leicester has made an attempt to buy Matt O’Riley from Celtic this summer in exchange for Steve Cooper. The Dane is supposedly valued at £25 million by the Scottish team. The midfielder’s outstanding play from the middle of the ground makes him an excellent replacement for Dewsbury-Hall.

Leicester may need to move swiftly if they want to use the Dewsbury-Hall cash this summer, as Southampton is also considering a move.

Dewsbury-Hall hole can be filled by “wonderful” O’Riley
After his successful season at Leicester last time out, replacing Dewsbury-Hall is no small feat, but O’Riley is one of the options who would make the most sense, especially for just £25 million this summer. The 23-year-old Celtic midfielder still has a lot of potential and, should the Foxes get their way, may find himself playing in the Premier League the following season.

Both players were standout performers for their respective teams the previous campaign, and O’Riley is among the select few midfielders who have been able to surpass Dewsbury-Hall’s amazing production, so Leicester’s reported interest is not shocking.

Though he was all praise for his midfielder last season, Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers won’t want to lose the Dane to his old team. According to Glasgow Live, Rodgers stated: “I think I told him you need to score more goals because he didn’t do it enough when I looked at his numbers and everything else.” When I first walked inside the club, he reminded me a little bit of Jamesie Forrest.

“Considering the talent they had, he didn’t score enough. When I looked at Matt from the previous season, his first goal came in February. so kind of brilliance is unattainable while waiting so long. It all comes down to getting to the locations and maintaining your composure to complete. He takes the ball, plays strong build-up, needs to improve his intensity and pressing, but overall, he is a fantastic football player and a kind guy. I really like him.”

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