Having nearly finally managed to offload Andreas Skov Olsen somewhere, with Club Brugge seemingly the lucky winners in that race, Bologna now need a replacement, with Aberdeen’s Calvin Ramsay their favourite target.

The last we did on the wee right-back involved Leeds United battling with the Serie A side, but local newspaper Corriere Di Bologna believe Leicester City are also on the case.

Ramsay is said to be the ‘number one goal’ for the Italians, but it’s made clear ‘an economic effort’ will be needed to ‘snatch him’ from the competitions, comprised of ‘many interested Premier League clubs’.

That’s where Leicester are mentioned, with Brendan Rodgers’ side said to be ‘above all’.

As for the price needed to convince Aberdeen to part ways with their starlet, it’s said ‘the price tag has risen to over €5m in recent weeks’.

That’s relatively easy money for a Premier League club like the Foxes, but for Bologna that’s quite the ask, even if they are meant to be getting at least €6m for Skov Olsen.

Who will be victorious, then? Leeds? Leicester? Or will it be Bologna, keen to unite Calvin Ramsay with his compatriot Aaron Hickey?