- Brighton have made an approach for Leicester’s in-form Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall
- Leicester are desperate to keep the midfielder, 25, who was born in the city
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However, Leicester value the 25-year old at over £40million.
Dewsbury-Hall has been an integral part of Leicester’s stunning form in the Championship this season.
He has nine goals and nine assists in 27 league outings this campaign, placing him near the top of the charts in both key attacking measures.
Brighton have made an approach for £40m rated Leciester man Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall
With nine goals and nine assists this season, he has also attracted Brentford and Fulham
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Leicester are a club close to his heart. He was born in the city, signed his first professional contract with the club in 2017, and has only ever played for other clubs on loan.
His contract with the Foxes runs out in 2027.
Brighton are the leaders in the race for his signature and it would be a coup for Robert De Zerbi’s side if they can bring him in at a cut price.
However, £40m is not a cut price and Leicester are aware that slapping such a price tag in their precious talent will deter his admirers.