Read Up “Leicester City may sign Callum Doyle from Manchester City.” The new head coach of the Foxes, Enzo Maresca, is a great fan of the central defender from his time working under Pep Guardiola, and he believes the player has a bright future at the Etihad Stadium.

A move to Leicester on a permanent basis for the 19-year-old is reportedly being considered by the club in advance of the upcoming season.

Doyle spent the second half of the previous season on loan with Coventry City, who just missed out on promotion to the Premier League thanks to a penalty shootout loss to Luton Town in the play-off final.

According to reports, Man City places a value of between £7 million and £10 million on the player.

Leicester City May Sign Callum Doyle From Manchester City
Leicester City May Sign Callum Doyle From Manchester City

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The club has announced that Marcelo Brozovic has officially signed with Al-Nassr.

After reaching an agreement with Inter Milan for a transfer fee of €18 million, the 30-year-old midfielder has officially made the move to the Saudi Pro League.

Brozovic will be playing alongside Cristiano Ronaldo for the team that came second in the recent season of the Saudi Arabian premier division.

His agreement with the company runs through the summer of 2026.


Calvin Bassey has piqued Brighton’s curiosity once more.

After a successful loan stint with Brighton last season, during which he helped the team finish in sixth place and earn a position in the Europa League, the Seagulls are interested in acquiring Levi Colwill, a defender currently playing for Chelsea.

The fact that Chelsea has made it quite obvious that they intend to hold on to Colwill despite the fact that they have turned down a bid worth £30 million means that Brighton is looking to the former Rangers defender instead.

A left-sided center defender who is also capable of playing left back, Bassey joined the Dutch club Ajax during the summer of 2017 for a transfer price of £18.7million. He meets the profile of what the club is looking for in a left-back and also fits the profile of what the club is seeking for.