On January 18th, Quotidiano Sportivo explained that it’s almost impossible for Bologna to make Leicester City defender Victor Kristiansen’s loan stay permanent.

The Serie A side have an option to buy the 21-year-old and later that month, Gazzetta dello Sport stated they were dithering over exercising this option.

Bologna seem be changing their stance on the Leicester owned player if a fresh report from Gazzetta dello Sport is to be believed.

The Denmark international has four assists from 21 league games this season and three of those have come in the last five games. He’s repaying the trust shown by Bologna manager Thiago Motta, who has praised Kristiansen recently.

It’s claimed the left-back is ‘starting to fly’ at the Italian club, and they can retain him by paying €15m to the Championship side.

After having a difficult start to the season, the Leicester man has managed to turn things around and has started to gain confidence in Italy.

Gazzetta claim his price is ‘significantly on the rise’.

This should certainly please the Foxes as their chances of earning a fee from the Dane’s sale has increased in the past two weeks.