Leicester Metropolis’s Youri Tielemans has mentioned he’s ‘maintaining his choices open’ concerning his future amid hyperlinks to Manchester United.
The 24-year-old’s repute has vastly elevated since he joined the Foxes in January 2019, initially on mortgage which was later made everlasting.
He endured a troublesome time throughout his earlier stint at Monaco, the place he earned solely six objectives and three assists in 65 whole appearances.
Nonetheless, he managed to reignite his profession on the King Energy. He has clocked up 113 matches throughout all competitions for the East Midlands outfit thus far, scoring 18 objectives and creating 19 assists within the course of (stats from Transfermarkt).
The proficient midfielder additionally smashed the winner in Leicester’s 1-0 victory over Chelsea within the 2021 FA Cup last at Wembley Stadium.
Nonetheless, his newest feedback counsel that he may additionally depart the Foxes within the coming months, together with his present contract set to run out in two years.
The Belgian footballer instructed Sky Sports activities: “There is no such thing as a replace actually. I’m open to the whole lot and the switch market has simply closed so I simply attempt to maintain as a lot choices as I can open. So long as I’m right here I’m going to offer the whole lot to the membership, I’ve already achieved so, however I’m going give much more and the contract scenario is simply one thing that’s occurring in soccer. It’s only a regular scenario, they [his agent and the club] are speaking.”
Leicester Metropolis have bought a few of their greatest stars in the previous couple of years to greater golf equipment within the Premier League.
N’Golo Kante, Riyad Mahrez and Harry Maguire have all left the membership in very profitable offers.
It wouldn’t be stunning if in addition they determine to money in on Tielemans if he refuses to pen an extension.
A number of the greatest European golf equipment are mentioned to be thinking about securing his providers, together with Barcelona, Liverpool, Actual Madrid and Manchester United.