Riyad Mahrez has penned a new four-year deal at Leicester City, according to the Mail Online.
The Algeria winger was one of the Foxes stand out performers last season as the East Midlands’ club defied the odds and avoided an immediate return to the Championship, in the securing a fourteenth place finish.
Mahrez moved to the King Power Stadium from French side Le Harve in January 2014, and has since scored seven goals in fifty-one appearances in all competitions – thirty of which have come in the Premier League.
Internationally, the twenty-four year old has been capped seventeen times for his country, scoring three goals, and was part of their squad for last summer’s World Cup finals in Brazil.
Leicester, now under the guidance of former Chelsea manager Claudio Ranieri, begin the 2015/16 campaign at home to Sunderland on Saturday afternoon and can be backed at 10/11 to kick off with three points.