ALL THE FEELS!
by: N/A — EPL: Leicester City Football Club 1h
Shinji Okazaki was the latest Leicester City player to feature at the FIFA World Cup on Tuesday in Japan's 2-1 victory over 10-man Colombia.
by: N/A — BBC: Radio Leicester 3h
Late night conversation and great music with Graham Torrington.
by: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/search.html?s=&authornamef=Laurie+Whitwell+for+MailOnline — Daily Mail 6h
Leicester are expected to unveil the £24million capture of James Maddison on Tuesday. The 21-year-old passed a medical at Belvoir Drive on Monday and is set to pen a five-year contract.
by: Danielle Joynson — Football Fancast 10h
Southampton fans react to reports that Leicester City have agreed to sign Saints target James Maddison from Norwich City.
by: James Brady — SB Nation: SB Nation Leicester City 12h
The Mexican star posted a touching message on his Instagram following the passing.
by: N/A — BBC: Radio Leicester 13h
Ady livens up your afternoon with fun, games and conversation you'll want to be part of.
by: Sam Preston — Football Fancast 13h
James Maddison would be a better fit for a resurgent Everton than for counter-attacking Leicester City.
Puel on a roll – Leicester completing a deal for this vastly experienced star could already mean a strong summer
by: Rohan Sengupta — Soccer Souls 19h
According to reports, Leicester City are interested in signing Lokomotiv Moscow defender Solomon Kvirkvelia this summer. The Foxes have already made some early signings in the summer transfer window, having acquired the services of right-back Ricardo...
by: N/A — EPL: Leicester City Football Club 19h
Harry Maguire became the first Leicester City player to represent England at a FIFA World Cup since 1966 during Monday's dramatic 2-1 victory over Tunisia at Volgograd Arena.
by: N/A — Sky Sports 18 Jun
Leicester’s expected signing of James Maddison from Norwich is just the next step in the midfielder’s development. With the help of the player’s old academy boss at Coventry, Adam Bate finds out why Maddison’s rise to the Premier League is no surprise.