With a change of manager at King Power Stadium, the future of many players could be about to change.

For example, those who might have been on the fringe of Claude Puel’s match day squads could find themselves being far more important in Brendan Rodgers’.

That is, at least, what Islam Slimani will be hoping for when he finally returns from his loan spell at Fenerbahce, which has been anything but a success, with the Algeria international scoring just five goals in 25 appearances, three of which have come in the Europa League.

DZ Foot explain the 30-year-old appears to have fallen out of favour once more in Turkey, and hasn’t trained with the first-team for the past two days.

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This means an extended stay is out of the question, and his future could very well end up being in the Premier League, where he is contracted to Leicester until 2021.

If he can convince Rodgers that he can bring something to his team, then why not?

After all, he is still their the Foxes’ record signing.