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Chelsea's improved proposal for Wesley Fofana rejected by Leicester

Leicester City have dismissed a superior proposal from Chelsea for protector Wesley Fofana.

The most recent proposition is remembered to have been conveyed for this present week yet was turned down promptly by Leicester. It is accepted Chelsea's offers have been exceptionally restrictive, so the complete reachable cost isn't really what Leicester would have sensibly gotten.

It is thought Chelsea are presently reluctant to go higher than £70million including additional items. On the off chance that that is the situation, Leicester, who are supposed to look for a charge in overabundance of the £80million they got from Manchester United for Harry Maguire in 2019, should choose whether to think twice about. At present there is no conversation about players heading down the contrary path.

Chelsea had recently made two proposals for the French defender however both fell underneath Leicester's valuation. Fofana was avoided with regard to Leicester's crew by Brendan Rodgers for the 2-1 loss by Southampton on Saturday after he asked not to play.

Rodgers expressed preceding the match that Fofana had been left out on the grounds that he was not "in the right attitude" to join his partners.

"I referenced in the week about coming into a Premier League game and perhaps a couple of players not being in the right mood, you can't convey them and surely we can't," Rodgers told NBC.

"So that is the justification behind the change."

Fofana has played 37 Premier League matches since getting paperwork done for Leicester from French side Saint-Etienne for £36.5million. The safeguard dazzled during his most memorable season at the King Power Stadium yet his 2021-22 mission was diminished by a messed up leg supported in a pre-season cordial against Villarreal.

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