Robin Gosens has been linked with multiple Premier League clubs in recent months, with Leicester City easily the side with the strongest claims.

The 26-year-old has a contract with the Serie A club lasting until June 2022, but they’re not under the pressure that would suggest. Atalanta have an option to extend Gosens’ deal by a further season, meaning that in practical terms they’ve got him secured until 2023.

That means they’re in a strong position and perhaps confident that Gosens’ value isn’t going to drop too much should they keep him for a further season. He’s scored 11 goals, and assisted six more in Serie A this season, playing as a wing-back or on the left side of midfield, so has the statistics to back up the hype.

L’Eco di Bergamo, a newspaper local to the Italian club, report the German international will only be sold should a huge offer arrive, and of Leicester City’s effort they say: ‘It is not enough’

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The Foxes are thought to have presented a bid worth €25m, and Atalanta want €35-40m.

Despite presenting all of this from the perspective of the Bergamo club, the article doesn’t completely shut the door on a move. And should a club hit that €35-40m level, which would be thought to be a ‘monstrous offer’, then it sounds like a deal can be done.

So it’s over to the FA Cup winners to decide whether they feel Gosens is worth the extra effort. Borussia Dortmund are also interested.