Victor Kristiansen may have just left Leicester City for a loan spell at Bologna this summer, but it seems the Serie A side are already keen on negotiating those terms again.

When agreeing to let the fullback move to the Italian club, the Foxes accepted a one-year deal which included a €15m buying option.

Now, according to Corriere Dello Sport (via TuttoMercatoWeb), Bologna already want a discount from the Foxes.

It’s said that the Serie A side have been working ‘for a few weeks’ to lower that price, even though they know their chances aren’t big.

The story claims that Bologna’s biggest possibility would be in case Leicester City don’t get promotion back to the Premier League for next season, as another year in the Championship would leave them in a situation where they could be more willing to give that discount.

It definitely sounds quite early for the Italian club to try for a lower price, especially because it’s impossible for the Foxes to figure out the situation they’ll be in next summer.

That attempt only proves that Kristansen has left very good impressions following his five first appearances for Bologna.