Leicester are second in the Premier League and in the title race for the first time since they won a shock crown in 2016.
What the papers say Wilfried Zaha is being targeted by Manchester United for the second time, according to The Sun. The Crystal Palace forward has been linked with a £70million-plus return to Old Trafford in January. He previously played for the club between 2013 and 2015 but failed to make an impression. However, United’s need for creativity may see the 27-year-old leave Selhurst Park after he put in a transfer request in August.
What the papers say Zlatan Ibrahimovic is being linked with a return to Manchester United after his exit from MLS side LA Galaxy. The Daily Mail, which cites TuttoMercatoWeb, says the 38-year-old forward has tempted Old Trafford bosses as they search for back-up strike power. The Swede scored 29 goals during his two years in north America after leaving the Red Devils.
Brendan Rodgers and his Leicester side heaped more pressure on Arsenal head coach Unai Emery as they saw off the Gunners at the King Power Stadium on Saturday evening.
Unai Emery has called for calm as Arsenal head into the international break with one win from seven in all competitions after losing at Leicester on Saturday night.
Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers is hopeful the Foxes can again “drop a hand grenade in” amongst the Premier League’s big six in a bid to become a long-term force in the top flight.
Brendan Rodgers is hoping the purity of Leicester will convince Jamie Vardy to remain with the Foxes “for many more years”.
Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers has no doubt former Celtic defender Kieran Tierney will find his feet and make an impact at Arsenal.
Premier League top-scorer Jamie Vardy is benefiting from “little adjustments” according to Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers.
Brendan Rodgers will not put any pressure on his Leicester players but says the team are comfortable challenging the Premier League big boys again.
Roy Hodgson has refuted suggestions Brendan Rodgers needed to rebuild his reputation again after being sacked by Liverpool in 2015 and insisted he always has been a “good quality” manager.