Once targeted by Liverpool, Perr Schuurs has now become the primary target of Leicester City to bolster Brendan Rodgers’ defence.

It was said during the January transfer window that the Foxes had put around €27-28m on the table for the Dutchman, but that wasn’t enough to make Torino budge.

That’s because he’s become instrumental to their plans, and only a huge fee from Leicester or someone else would make them change their mind.

La Stampa, relayed by Sport Italia, have an article on the situation on Monday, and point out that ‘thanks to his high-level performances’, the centre-back, who was bought from Ajax for €9m, is seeing his price rise by the game.

In fact, a price has been set ahead of the summer transfer window, and it’s made clear that ‘at least €30-40m’ will be needed to convince Torino.

That’s when it’s stated that Inter and Leicester have ‘already expressed great interest in him’, and it seems that should he continue to perform as well as he has been, the Foxes will be needing the higher end of that €30-40m scale to get a deal done.