Former Argentina international Esteban Cambiasso is set to leave Leicester City after refusing the club’s offer of a new contract, according to the Mirror.
New Foxes boss Claudio Ranieri had been keen to retain the services of the veteran midfielder, though he has decided to search for a new challenge.
West Ham United have been linked with a move for the former Inter Milan man, who made thirty-three appearances for Leicester last season, and was a key figure in their battle to avoid relegation.
The 34 year old scored five goals for the East Midlands outfit, and was named their Player of the Year.
Prior to his move to the King Power Stadium, Cambiasso spent ten years in Italy with Inter, playing for them four hundred and twenty times in all competitions, scoring fifty-one goals and winning a host of major honours including five Serie A titles and the Champions League.