Leicester City are looking to improve their attacking options in the transfer window with Rennes forward Ismaila Sarr reportedly among their list of targets.
Sarr has enjoyed a breakthrough season at the French side and it comes to no surprise he has attracted interested from several top clubs around Europe.
The winger has scored 12 goals and has provided a further 11 assists in all competitions this campaign, with Rennes finishing mid-table in France.
Leicester are not the only English side after the youngster as Arsenal have also been keen on bringing the 21-year-old to the Premier League.
According to reports in Senegal, as cited on the Daily Mail, the Gunners enquired about the Senegalese forward earlier this year with the player valued at around £25 million.
However, the Daily Mail also add that Leicester and Arsenal are the only English clubs to have shown their interest in signing the player after receiving information for a close source.
The winger possesses pace and his threat on the wing would certainly improve the Leicester team as they look to compete with the top six next season.
Wingers that Leicester could sign this summer
Harry Wilson looks ready to step up to the Premier League next season, be that at Derby, Liverpool or potentially elsewhere.
Daniel James is attracting a lot of interest lately and Leicester would certainly be able to offer him first-team football.
Ryan Fraser has enjoyed a breakthrough season at Bournemouth, quickly becoming their biggest attacking threat. He is also being linked with moves away from the club.
James Forrest is another Scottish winger who could emerge on Leicester’s radar. He’s a player that Brendan Rodgers knows well from his time at Celtic.
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