Leicester City’s Andy King has a lot on his mind at the moment as he considers his options for the upcoming summer transfer window.
The 30-year-old midfielder, who is currently on loan with Derby County while being Leicester’s longest-serving player, has been told by Claude Puel that he has no place in the manager’s plans, and according to local outlet Leicester Mercury, it’s making him indecisive about staying at the King Power Stadium past the summer.
King has been a Leicester player all his career so far, accumulating a total of 379 appearances and scoring 62 goals in all competitions for the Foxes. The Welsh international was also an important player in their title-winning season in 2015/16. He had a short spell on loan at Swansea City last season, and he joined the Rams in the Championship on a temporary basis on the last day of January this year.
However, as things stand, a return to Leicester doesn’t seem likely despite his contract running for a further year, at least if Puel remains in charge, and his future will now depend on the offers put on his table when the season ends.
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