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Leicester should plot move for Brighton winger Solly March

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Leicester should plot move for Brighton winger Solly March

Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers will hope to finish the Premier League season in some good form and ending up seventh isn’t out of the question if they can hit top gear.

The Foxes can then turn their attention to the summer and they could have a strong campaign next year if they have a good transfer window.

Rodgers needs to try add a few quality players at the King Power Stadium and some more options in wide areas would be helpful.

Demarai Gray and Harvey Barnes are promising young talents with potential, while injured star Marc Albrighton is always consistent when he plays.

But Rachid Ghezzal has completely flopped in English football and they are still crying out for someone to help fill the Riyad Mahrez void.

Leicester should consider a move for left-footed winger Solly March from Premier League rivals Brighton, as he could be a great addition for Rodgers’ side.

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According to TEAMtalk, Arsenal are weighing up a move for March at the end of the season after he impressed their scouts.


The report details that English giants Arsenal feel the 24-year-old could cut the grade at the Emirates Stadium.

March is still under contract with boyhood club Brighton until 2022, but Leicester should consider hijacking interest in him.

He is a skilful wide man known for his trickery and pace, while he helped Brighton book their spot in the FA Cup semi-finals at the weekend.

The versatile attacker can play out wide or more centrally and when he’s given the licence to attack freely can be a real danger.

Leicester should consider taking a gamble on him over current flop Ghezzal and the fact Arsenal have spotted star quality in him suggests the best is still yet to come.

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