Leicester Transfer News: Liverpool and Juventus considering bummer Bids Riyad Mahrez

Leicester Transfer News: Liverpool and Juventus considering bummer Bids Riyad Mahrez

Leicester City, Serie A 0 Comment 39

Serie A champions Juventus are eyeing a move for Algerian international and Leicester City’s midfielder Riyad Mahrez, with Liverpool also said to be keen on securing his move.

The Foxes midfielder enjoyed a brilliant season with his side last season, seeing the net 17 times on the way to Leicester’s stunning Premier League trophy triumph.

However, things have not been really working out so well this season with the Algerian the reigning league champions who are struggling to avoid relegation.

This has not put off sent off Juventus though, as per reports emanating in Italy, the Italian champions are considering a summer switch for the attacking midfielder.

Also, report has it that Jurgen Klopp side are heavily linked with Mahrez, with the Reds keen to add more extra power to their squad in the summer.

The reigning Africa Footballer of The Year still has more than three years left to run on his current contract deal with the Foxes and it remains to be seen if either Liverpool or Juventus would make a move for him this coming summer.

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