Leicester are said to have failed in a €20 million move to sign former Manchester United man Adnan Januzaj back in January.
According to AS, as cited on Leicestershire Live, the Foxes tried to sign the Belgian from Real Sociedad during the most recent January window but were unable to complete a deal.
Januzaj continues to be linked with a move away from the La Liga side this summer, but it remains to be seen if Brendan Rodgers’ side will go back in for the player.
The former United man was troubled by injuries last season, so he was restricted to just 24 appearances.
While he remains highly rated in Spain and Belgium, Januzaj’s career is yet to really take off as many expected it to when he burst onto the scene under David Moyes at Old Trafford.
Januzaj may feel he has unfinished business in the Premier League after failing to cement a place at United.
Would Januzaj be a good signing for Leicester?
Januzaj is by no means the finished article and has plenty of room left to develop into over the coming years.
The lure of a Premier League return
Having another go at the Premier League would no doubt appeal to the Belgian.
With over a dozen caps for his country, Januzaj is very much a fully fledged Belgian international and playing in the Premier League could boost his chances.
Should Leicester go back in for the player this summer, Januzaj will want to take a look at how Youri Tielemans developed during his time at the club and that could help the Foxes in their bid to sign the player.