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  1. Transfer news: Leicester hoping to keep Tielemans, published at09:37 18 June

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    Leicester City are hoping Youri Tielemans, 24, will sign a new contract with the club amid speculation over his future. The Belgian midfielder has been linked with Manchester United and Liverpool. (Leicester Mercury)

    Meanwhile, the Foxes have stepped up their interest in Red Bull Salzburg and Zambia striker Patson Daka, 22. (Telegraph - subscription required)

    Want more transfer news? Read Friday's full gossip column

  2. Transfer news: Leicester turn down £70m bid for Maddison, published at09:31 17 June

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    Leicester and England midfielder James Maddison has emerged as Arsenal's top transfer target this summer, but a bid of £70m for the 24-year-old has been turned down by the Foxes. (Express)

    Read more transfer news in Thursday's full gossip column

  3. Leicester face Wolves in opener, published at09:05 16 June

    Leicester City will host Wolves in their first match of the 2021-22 Premier League season.

    The opening round of fixtures is scheduled to take place on the weekend of 14-15 August.

    The game will be Bruno Lage's first competitive match in charge.

    Leicester's full fixture list

    Wolves' full fixture list

    All the reaction to Wednesday's fixture announcement

    Premier League fixtures on opening weekend: Brentford v Arsenal, Burnley v Brighton, Chelsea v Crystal Palace, Everton v Southampton, Leicester v Wolves, Manchester United v Leeds, Newcastle v West Ham, Norwich v Liverpool, Tottenham v Manchester City, Watford v Aston Villa
  4. 'I came with a trophy and I'm leaving with another one', published at17:02 2 June

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    Christian Fuchs is a Premier League champion, an FA Cup winner and a fan favourite at Leicester City.

    But after five years as a Fox, the Austrian has said farewell to the club - for now at least.

    And he said beating Chelsea in the FA Cup final was the perfect way to bow out.

    "I came with a trophy and I'm leaving with another one," the 35-year-old left-back told BBC Radio Leicester.

    "I came as a player looking for an opportunity in England and I'm leaving as a big fan of the club.

    "I'm not saying goodbye - I know that I will come back eventually."

    Listen to the full interview with Fuchs on BBC Sounds