Leicester City just missed out on a Europa League place last season as they finished in the top 10 of the Premier League.
Brendan Rodgers gave fans something to cheer about in the final few months of the campaign, after a drab first half of the season under Claude Puel.
The French boss was sacked in February, with Rodgers then coming in from Celtic to take over at the King Power.
After a strong end to the season, Leicester fans have reason to be excited heading into the 2019/20 campaign, with the club having already spent around £70m on new players.
Youri Tielemans has signed permanently from Monaco for £40m, with Ayoze Perez also coming in from Newcastle for a fee in the region of £30m.
However, more signings could yet be on the way and we have decided to take a look at how Leicester could line up next season…
The Danish international should keep his place between the sticks. He’s been Leicester’s number one for the best part of 10 years now.
Pereira was named Leicester’s Player of the Season over the summer after enjoying a superb first year at the club. The right-back will be hoping to kick on and develop further next term.
Evans impressed at the back for Leicester in the Premier League last season. The Northern Ireland international should be a regular starter yet again.
If Leicester lose Harry Maguire this summer, they could replace him with Burnley’s James Tarkowski. The English centre-back has caught the eye in recent seasons and would be a solid addition to Rodgers’ squad.
The England international nailed down his place at left-back last season. Despite the arrival of James Justin, Chillwell should start the season as Leicester’s first-choice on the left.
We predict that Ndidi will start at the base of the midfield for Leicester next season. Ndidi is one of the best holding midfielders in the division and deserves his place in the side.
Despite playing more centrally for Newcastle last season, he could slot in on the right for Leicester next term. The Spanish forward has the potential to be an excellent signing.
Tielemans could be one of the signings of the summer for Leicester. The Belgian international impressed on loan to the club last season and now has the chance to settle down in the Premier League.
Alongside Tielemans in midfielder, we predict Maddison to be starting. The club’s Young Player of the Season for the 2018/19 campaign, Maddison was excellent last year and will be looking to kick on again.
Barnes will be aiming to hit the ground running next season after a disrupted 2018/19 campaign – having spent the first half of the season on loan to West Brom in the Championship.
Will he ever stop scoring? Vardy consistently found the back of the net again last season and next year should be no different for the English forward.