Premier League Player of the Month for October Jamie Vardy has dismissed suggestions that he is about to leave Leicester City for Real Madrid.
The England striker has been one of the most impressive players in the EPL so far this term, overcoming a controversial star to the campaign to flourish for the Foxes.
Heading into the international break, Vardy’s scoring run extends to five matches—having bagged a penalty in the victory over Watford at the weekend—and the 28-year-old currently leads the scoring charts having bagged 12 goals in 12 outings so far this term.
Late-bloomer Vardy has begun to establish himself in the England squad and, fitness permitting, should be present for the Three Lions at Euro 2016 next summer.
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However, despite rumours to the contrary, he will not be heading to Real Madrid, with the former Fleetwood frontman moving to dismiss the suggestion that he’s about to swap the King Power Stadium for the Bernabeu.
“It’s all speculation, it’s as simple as that,” Vardy said, as per Sky Sports. “I am happy with what I am doing at Leicester and long may that continue.”