Dennis Praet hasn’t featured for Leicester City this season and was left on the bench in the first three league matches.
His playing situation could soon change if a move to Torino materialises. TuttoMercatoWeb reported on Sunday that ‘negotiations are ready to start’ between the Serie A side and the Foxes for the midfielder’s loan transfer.
Torino seem to have made progress if a report from Sky Italia is to be believed.
It’s claimed the Italian club and Brendan Rodgers’ side have reached an agreement over a loan deal with ‘right of redemption’ set at €15m. The Belgium international will have to undergo medical tests before signing a contract with the Turin club.
Sky’s claims are further backed up by Calciomercato and their title states ‘Praet arrives from Leicester’.
Within the report, it’s said the former Sampdoria man will join on a temporary deal, with the ‘right of redemption’. They further add the Leicester player has ‘already undergone medical examinations’ and is ‘now ready to sign the contract’ with Torino.
A move away from Leicester will benefit Praet, if he manages to get regular playing time at Torino.