It has come to light that the Foxes could be faced with a serious points deduction this summer after breaching the profitability and sustainability rules.

So, with their financial concerns at the football club and the possibility that promotion to the Premier League isn’t guaranteed, the club could be in for a very difficult summer.

To balance the books, Leicester may be forced to sell some key players, while failure to secure promotion may also mean players leaving the football club.


Forward Jamie Vardy is one player whose future at the club is in the balance as his contract nears its end, and he is now 37 years old.

When Leicester City signed Jamie Vardy in 2012 from Fleetwood Town, not many would have thought he was going to be as successful as he has.

The striker took a bit of time to get going at the club, but once he was firing, he hasn’t stopped, scoring goals for fun in the Premier League, Europe, and the Championship.

Even at the age of 37, Vardy has continued to be a key player for the Foxes, with him this season scoring 14 goals in 31 league appearances.

The experienced forward hasn’t been used all the time by Enzo Maresca, but he has been called upon a lot, and on most occasions, he saved the Foxes.

Vardy’s contract at the King Power Stadium expires at the end of this season, and at this stage, it is unclear what the club plans to do and what the player plans to do.

So, it is very much up in the air, but were there to be no new agreement, Vardy would leave the club, and therefore, Leicester would need to find a like-for-like replacement.


By Fafa T

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