Leicester look set to rival Liverpool and Arsenal for Lyon’s Bertrand Traore, while Everton are also said to be keen on the winger.
Traore has had a solid season for the Ligue 1 side this season, scoring 11 goals and creating five assists in 48 appearances in all competitions, though he only completed 90 minutes on 10 occasions in the 2018/19 campaign.
The Burkina Faso international is reportedly happy at Lyon, though the French side could have a battle on their hands to keep the 23-year-old at the club this summer.
That’s according to InsiderFutbol, via French outlet Foot Mercato, who suggest that Leicester, Everton, Arsenal and Liverpool are all eyeing a move for the winger.
Everton’s director of football Marcel Brands is reportedly huge admirer of the winger, and the Toffee’s are said to be the most interested of the Premier League.
Traore would certainly be a statement of Leicester’s intent should Brendan Rodgers pursue a move for the forward this summer.
Four wingers Leicester could sign
Though Loader is clearly not of the same calibre as the likes of Traore yet, the 18-year-old is highly sought after and could add to the number of young attacking talents Leicester have at their disposal.
Bergwijn has enjoyed a fine season for PSV Eindhoven, scoring 15 goals and creating 13 assists in all competitions, and has been linked with a move to the Premier League this summer.
Wilson narrowly missed out on gaining promotion to the Premier League with Derby following defeat in the play-off final, and the Liverpool loanee has been linked with a move to Leicester this summer.
The versatile Oyarzabal is another who enjoyed a fine 2018/19 campaign, scoring 16 goals in all competitions for Real Sociedad.
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