Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers will have a look at his squad between now and the end of the season, before making additions in the summer.
The Foxes aren’t really in danger of going down this season and there could be an experimental feel to the remaining games.
Leicester will hope to challenge for Europe next season and reinforcements will be necessary.
According to Goal, Leicester had hoped to secure a loan for Liverpool winger Harry Wilson next season.
The report does now say however that Rodgers’ arrival at Leicester could scupper such a deal.
That shouldn’t be the case though.
Wilson has worked wonders in the Championship with Derby County this season.
The Welsh wizard has netted 12 goals from his 35 games this season and looks set for a bright future.
The 21-year-old is still relatively raw when it comes to his development.
As a result, Rodgers could be the perfect manager to unleash his undoubted potential.
The Leicester boss has proved in the past that he is great at getting the best out of younger players.
Wilson will need a manager next season who trusts in his ability and hands him the chance to play on a regular basis.
It would be a shame if Rodgers’ arrival did end any chance of Wilson joining Leicester.
The chance to play regular football at a club like Leicester, and for a manager like Rodgers, would be perfect for Wilson’s career.