Leonardo Ulloa is understood to want out of Leicester City after becoming frustrated with his treatment by the Premier League champions.
According to Sky Sports, Leicester are refusing to give the Argentine an improved contract and have signed Ahmed Musa to knock Ulloa further down the pecking order.
The 29-year-old started only seven league games last season, with his 22 appearances off the bench making him the most used top-flight substitute.
But the striker contributed vital goals against Norwich City, West Ham United and Swansea City to play his part in Leicester’s fairytale title triumph.
Sky Sports understands that Swansea, as well as several La Liga clubs, are interested in Ulloa, whose preference is to remain in English football.
Ulloa would be the second title-winning hero to leave the King Power Stadium this summer after Chelsea raided the Foxes for tireless midfielder N’Golo Kante.
Riyad Mahrez and Jamie Vardy have also been linked with moves away, as The Express reports, but Leicester aim to tie down a couple of their other top stars.
The Sun claims that Kasper Schmeichel and Danny Drinkwater have been offered new £80,000-per-week contracts as a reward for last season’s form.
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