Adrien Silva is looking to leave Leicester City.
The player has seen far and few opportunities to play coming his way under Claude Puel.
According to the Guardian, out-of-favour midfield ace, Adrien Silva wants out of Leicester City this January. The Portuguese midfielder has not seen opportunities coming his way thick and fast since his arrival at the club and has fallen down the pecking order under the tutelage of manager Claude Puel. This has reportedly made the player look for a transfer away from the West Midlands club to seal a first-team place in his new side, whether it is on a permanent basis or a loan deal.
Puel, however, has made it clear that he does not want the player to leave the King’s Power Stadium but if he does, the manager would not probably stand in his way. The player reportedly has offers from a number of clubs from several other elite league clubs from all over Europe and is ready to leave the club for regular first-team opportunities.
Silva had signed on the deadline day of the summer transfer window of 2017, with his paperwork being uploaded 14 seconds later after the transfer deadline was over. As a result, he was precluded in the Leicester City lineup by FIFA and could only make his debut for the Foxes after the transfer window reopened in January 2018.