Saturday, October 21, 2017

Huth hints at permanent Leicester switch

Robert Huth has hinted that he would be willing to secure a permanent move to Leicester City in the summer, according to the Express.

The ex-Chelsea and Middlesbrough man, who has featured in the last fourteen Premier League seasons, moved to the King Power Stadium on a temporary deal from Stoke City during the January transfer window and has since racked up twelve appearances.

Of those games, he has won his last six – a run which has helped the East Midlands side to fifteenth place in the table, three points clear of the bottom three with two games left to play.

Huth has played one hundred and eighty-eight times for Stoke, scoring eighteen goals while he was part of the squad that reached the FA Cup final in 2011.

He has nineteen caps and two goals for his country, and featured in the 2006 World Cup in Germany.

Leicester can all but secure their Premier League safety with victory at Sunderland on Saturday afternoon.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Deke Hardman


Freelance football writer with a love of the game that goes back to the mid nineties when both his beloved Nottingham Forest and England had genuine hope of acheiving some level of success. A regular contributor to both SoccerNews.com and FreeBetting.com, Deke also dabbles in music journalism with his heart and head still stuck in the latter years of the twentieth century.

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