Leicester offered Robinho and could sell several

Date published: Monday 1st February 2016 12:29

Robinho: Reportedly offered to Leicester City and Swansea City

Leicester City are reported to have been offered the chance to sign Robinho as they look to strengthen their attack before the transfer deadline.

Claudio Ranieir wants a new striker to support Jamie Vardy, Shinji Okazaki and Leonardo Ulloa after allowing Andrej Kramaric to join Hoffenheim on loan.

Reports suggest the Foxes have agreed a £10million deal to sign Loic Remy from Chelsea after missing out on Sampdoria’s Eder and CSKA Moscow’s Ahmed Musa, but the Daily Mail claims the Premier League leaders also have an intriguing back-up option in the shape of Robinho.

The 32-year-old former Manchester City forward is a free agent after leaving Guangzhou Evergrande and has apparently been offered to Leicester, Swansea City and Juventus by his representatives.

Leicester have also been linked with Crystal Palace forward Dwight Gayle and Bordeaux midfielder Clement Chantome, while several players have been linked with moves away from the King Power Stadium.

Hamburg reportedly want to sign Gokhan Inler on loan, MK Dons are apparently interested in signing Liam Moore on loan, while Yohan Benalouane is set to join Fiorentina, according to reports in Italy.

Tom Lawrence has left on loan, joining Cardiff City for the rest of the season.

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