Agents for Leeds United target Leonardo Ulloa have flown in to discuss the players future- or lack of.
Gary Monk was credited with an interest in the Argentinian striker at the start of January but face competition from Spain if they are to sign the 30-year-old.
Ulloa has drifted out of the picture at the King Power Stadium since his £8m transfer from Brighton in 2014.
According to leading Spanish football expert Guillem Balague Ulloa wants out of Leicester with one Spanish club lined up.
Ulloa wants 2 leave Leicester City, has offer from Spanish club (transfer).Player feels club not fair 2 him: not playing much but cant leave
— Guillem Balague (@GuillemBalague) January 15, 2017
It’s unlikely that Leicester will be hard to deal with in terms of a transfer fee but will be looking to recoup something on the 30-year-old rather than let him leave for free.
Monk has been promised money to spend this month with additional firepower a priority- if Ulloa could recapture his Brighton form Leeds may just find the extra goals needed to fire them back into the Premier League.