- Fofana avoided Leicester’s 2-1 loss to Southampton at the end of the week.
- Leicester City has dismissed a third offer from Chelsea for Wesley Fofana, which is accepted to be somewhere between £60m and £70m.
The proposal for the 21-year-old focus back remembers add-for provisions, some of which are considered by Leicester to be unreasonable.
Yet, the Foxes, who are yet to win this season, have kept up with their position that the Frenchman isn’t available to be purchased.
Furthermore, it could take a world record charge for a protector – more than £80m – for City to consider Chelsea’s advances.
The Blues have proactively spent about £170m this late spring and, as of late, had a £40m offered for Everton forward Anthony Gordon turned down.
Thomas Tuchel’s side is additionally in consults with Barcelona about marking previous Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Fofana was avoided about the Leicester crew on Saturday when they lost 2-1 to Southampton after administrator Brendan Rodgers said he was “not in the right attitude to play.”
The safeguard, who joined the Foxes from St Etienne in 2020 and has been covered by France at the Under-21 level, marked another five-year bargain at the King Power Stadium in March.
It is muddled whether Fofana will get back to the crew this end of the week, considering that Leicester faces Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.