The French defender has been at the heart of criticism for the past few days for discussing internally his wish to leave Leicester. Wesley Fofana goes to clash with the management of his club and sends a strong message.
For several days Wesley Fofana held the greed of many European clubs. Among them are Manchester Town who is desperate for a top centre-back to partner with Ruben Dias and chelsea who would like to recruit a player to form a three-way defense with Thiago Silva and Koulibaly. PSG are also interested in the Milan Skriniar file not taking shape. The former AS Saint-Étienne player, bought for 35 million by Leicester in 2020, is therefore spoiled for choice to take a step forward in his career. Only problem, the Foxes don’t really seem keen on selling the 21-year-old. According to information from the English newspaper Athleticthe English leaders would be ready to let go of their defender against a check for 95-100 million euros. For its part, theCrew speaks of an amount of 60 million. Inevitably, a sum too expensive for the clubs. Eager to join a more upscale club, Fofana is ready to go to clash if things do not move during the transfer window.
Already no longer a Leicester player?
On Twitter, the native of Marseille changed his biography. The man with 50 games for Leicester deleted his team name and left only ” professional footballer “. Widely opening the door to a departure or at least to expose his feelings, even if it means getting angry with his current club. He also posted a story on his Instagram account with a quote from actor Denzel Washington. “My father gave me Tell yourself going to piss off a lot of people when you start doing what’s best for you. And I started realizing it. » a to relate Fofana who thinks about his future and ignores the criticism of the supporters. While the first League collect on August 7 for Leicester to face BrendfortWesley Fofana intends to change air and make it known that he will put his interests first, including before those of his club which supported him during his long injury. Suffice to say that on the side of the fans of the Foxes, the behavior of the Frenchman has a lot of trouble passing.