As per one of the latest reports by Leicestershire Live, Leicester City are expected to make a move for Blackburn Rovers star Bradley Dack once the transfer window reopens in January. Dack is desperate to ply his trade in the Premier League and a move to the King Power Stadium should appeal to him.
Dack spent his youth career with Charlton Athletic, Corinthian and Gillingham and was eventually promoted to the senior side of the Gills. The 24-year-old has been really very impressive in his endeavours and would bring competition for James Maddison as the number 10 for Claude Puel’s side if his move materializes in January.
The attacking midfielder found the back of the net on 18 occasions last term in League One and also clinched 9 assists. He was unarguably one of the most influential players for Blackburn Rovers in their promotion to the Championship and in the second division, he has already scored 2 goals in 3 appearances.
The Sun has reported that the Foxes were pondering about making a move for him during the summer transfer window, but they eventually backed off. Apparently, Leicester City might have to roll out a transfer fee of £10m to make him sign on the dotted line, although Blackburn Rovers paid merely £750,000 to sign him from Gillingham last summer.