Premier League Clubs In Bidding War For Yuri Tielemans (DETAILS)

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Premier League clubs are fighting over signing Leicester City midfielder Yuri Tielemans, MySportDab reports.

Arsenal, Manchester City, and Liverpool are all in the race to sign the Belgian who has been exceptional for the Foxes.

Yuri Tielemans is also attracting interest from Spain as Barcelona are Real Madrid are also hoping to land a move which could happen in the summer.

Yuri Tielemans

Although Leicester City has made it clear they have no intention of allowing the midfielder leave the club no matter the amount of offer made.

Tielemans sealed a move from Monaco to the English Premier League after a successful loan with them which turned into a permanent deal.

Since making the move he has been one of their biggest bargain for any player signed by them since gaining promotion to EPL.

Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester City are all vying for the signature of Leicester City midfielder Youri Tielemans, according to reports reaching us from  Fichajes.

Real Madrid and Barcelona are also tracking the 24-year-old, whose current contract with the Foxes is due to expire in 2023.

A bidding war is set to erupt if Leicester are unable to tie Tielemans to a renewal between now and the end of the season.

The Foxes are also said to be working on an extension which would see him be price out of the transfer market when the summer window opens.

Chelsea were also reported to be interested in landing a move which was later ruled out after no approach was made from them.

Yuri Tielemans still is an important figure at Leicester City and won’t be looking to move anywhere as of now according to the club.

This doesn’t mean a move is out of the table as the right price could change the mind of the Foxes forcing a move to happen.

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