Fotomac report Galatasaray are interested in signing Leicester City’s Adrien Silva.
According to Fotomac, Galatasaray manager Fatih Terim is keen to work with Silva and the Turkish side are looking to make a loan offer for the Leicester City player.
The Turkish giants were yesterday fined by UEFA for breaking FFP rules and subsequently they wound only be able to loan Silva.
However, Leicester City are unlikely to be interested in the idea of a loan deal, and the Turkish press often feels English clubs will be more tempted by approaches than they actually will.
It’s claimed Leicester City will wait until after the World Cup to decide on Silva’s future as offers may arrive from other clubs. With Portugal expected to reach the knockout stages of the tournament a decision isn’t likely soon.
Silva joined Leicester City from Sporting last summer for a significant transfer fee but had to wait until the start of 2018 to make his debut due to paperwork issues.
He made 15 appearances for Leicester City last season in all competitions and is under contract with the Premier League club until 2021. There doesn’t seem a big reason for him to leave right now, regardless of the claims.