Champion League

Leicester make Keirnan Dewsbury-Hall decision after Brighton offer

Championship leaders Leicester City have no plans to sell Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall during the January transfer window, despite interest from Premier League sides Brighton and Brentford.

The midfielder is a key part of the Foxes promotion-chasing team and they are looking certain to bounce straight back up to the top flight.

Dewsbury-Hall has nine goals and nine assists in all competitions for Leicester this season and is a major part of their team, and with very little time left to replace him during the current window, it is safer for the Championship leaders to keep him.

Brighton and Brentford are very interested in the 25-year-old but the fee they are prepared to pay for the Foxes star is currently way short of what Leicester would want.

It would also be a bad decision for Dewsbury-Hall to change clubs during the current window as he may have more options in the summer and a clearer picture of his career path as Leicester could be in a better position than some of his suitors ahead of the 2024/25 campaign.



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