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Do you have a little space with Leicester, in the January transfer market?

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He could return to the transfer market in January Bright, a few minutes with Leicester and Sampdoria considering his return this summer

At the end of the summer transfer market session, Dennis Bright He stayed in England, in the Premier League. there Sampdoria Dreaming of going back to Genoa, mind Turin chased him for a long time. In fact, Ivan Yurich specifically requested his return to Sampdoria.

The ListerHowever, the team that owns the Belgian card has never opened for a new loan. It was aimed at direct selling. much me 12 million euros He asked and in the end remained a football player.

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For now, however, his season is a support season. Only two appearances in the English Premier League, in 6 league rounds. Twenty-seven minutes, played againstArsenal On the second day, he entered the control room in 63 minutes instead of Your Tielemans.

Two days later, the fourth day with Chelsea I started from the first minute on the right wing. However, he was replaced in the 55th minute by Ayoz Perez. Also holder of the League Cup, against Stockport and 72 minutes on the field with the Belgian. Brendan Rodgers However, he doesn’t seem to bet on him, or at least not among his team owners.

And in January, the player can return to the market in search of the club on which he decides to bet with conviction. However, Leicester can still aim for direct selling, which is an important obstacle to Sampdoria, Without the arrival of the new company.

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but the Turin, Gurek does not seem to have given up hope of getting the boy back.

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