Danny Drinkwater hands in Leicester City transfer request

Danny Drinkwater hands in Leicester City transfer request

Danny Drinkwater hands in Leicester City transfer request

Tiemoue Bakayoko is not scared of Chelsea signing Danny Drinkwater as he believes competition for places is healthy.

Chelsea's largest bid for the midfielder now stands at £23 million, a fee that does not interest Leicester in the slightest, who are under no pressure to sell any of their stars for less than their value.

As reported by the Independent, Chelsea are still "way off" Leicester's asking price for Drinkwater.

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Drinkwater was earmarked as a key transfer target by Conte earlier in the summer, but any possible move for the England worldwide was put to one side as Chelsea looked to secure other more notable targets such as Tiemoue Bakayoko and Alvaro Morata.

According to Sky Sports, Leicester City do not want to sell one of their best players, meaning that it will take a bid in excess of £30 million to prize the England global away from the King Power Stadium.

The Italian is seeking at least three new additions with Arsenal's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Drinkwater among his targets.

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The Leicester star has handed in a transfer request in a bid to force through a move to west London.

The Manchester United graduate spent last five and a half years with the Foxes, making a total of 195 league appearances for the club.

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