Leicester City are expected to reject a second bid of about £32million for winger Riyad Mahrez. The Serie A side are understood to be ready to launch an improved offer for the former PFA player of the year after their initial bid of £20m was turned down by Leicester. Sources in Italy say the new approach will be for 30m euros with a further 5m euros in add-ons, however the Mercury understands that bid has not yet been formally made.
Leicester Riders will be taking part in the inaugural British Basketball All Stars Championship as their final preparation for the new BBL Championship season. The one-off event at the O2 Arena in London on the final weekend of pre-season takes place on Sunday, September 24, with all the matches shown live on Sky Sports. Riders will take part as one of eight teams in the British Basketball League in this first of its kind tournament.
Leicester City may be making another attempt to sign previous transfer target Adrien Silva, according to reports in Portugal. The Jornal de Notícias are claiming that City are set to offer 22 million euros for the Sporting Lisbon playmaker, who was a target for City in the January transfer window. At the time, City bid 30 million euros for Silva but the offer was turned down and the Lisbon club demanded the full 45m euros release clause in Silva’s contract.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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