Wesley Fofana likes tweet regarding his future at Leicester amid Chelsea interest

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Wesley Fofana has liked a tweet discussing his future at Leicester and a potential move to Chelsea this summer.

Fofana has been linked with a move away from the club this summer, with Fabrizio Romano confirming to CaughtOffside via his exclusive column on Substack that Chelsea are interested in signing the 21-year-old.

The French youth international has adapted to the Premier League since signing for Leicester, but he could already be on the move this summer.

Now, Fofana has been seen liking tweets linking him with a move to Chelsea, as seen in the tweet below.

Of course, it’s difficult to read too much into a player liking a tweet regarding his future, but it’s no secret that Chelsea are interested in signing the defender.

A move to Chelsea would be a step up from playing with Leicester, with the London club playing in the Champions League next season.

Leicester will be without European football after finishing eighth last season, so it wouldn’t be a surprise to find out that Fofana is interested in a move to Stamford Bridge.

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  1. I’m sorry but the meaning of this is clear to me. Fofana likes a tweet in which Rodgers says the player is not for sale. I know your role is to promote the interests of the super rich clubs but you really are going to have to do better than this.

  2. Ash G is spot on with his comment above. It’s not rocket science that all the pundits want to talk up all decent players going to the big clubs – that way they get more people agreeing with what they say, which in general is ‘nonsense’.

  3. It looks to me more as if Fofana is liking the comment from Rodgers and the Club stating he is not for Sale. Last week Tuchel was moaning About Barcelona disrespecting Chelsea with their pursuit of Azpilicueta. Smacks a bit of double Standards. But then I suppose if you are arrogant and German then its OK

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