Brendan Rodgers unfazed by Leicester players attracting interest from 'so-called bigger clubs'.

Leicester City stars continue to attract interest from Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea.


Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers is not bothered about his players being monitored by elite clubs in Europe.


Full-back Ben Chilwell and a few players have been linked with a move away from the King Power Stadium in recent months, but Rodgers says the Foxes ‘don't lose sleep worrying about’ the situation.


The East Midlands club lost centre-back Harry Maguire to Manchester United last summer but replaced him with Caglar Soyuncu, who is a reported target for LaLiga champions Barcelona after less than 12 months in the English top flight.


"The club have a got good experience of situations where the so-called bigger clubs come in," Rodgers said as the Daily Mail quoted.


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"We're always aware that while there are good players, that will always be of interest to other teams that have more money than us.


"We don't lose sleep worrying about it. We're here to develop players and improve the standard of the team. Of course, if we're doing that then that will be taken note of by other clubs."



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