When Leicester City decided to spend €14m on Victor Kristiansen, there was hope that he would turn out to be their next left-back for the foreseeable future.

However, relegation to the Championship made life rather difficult for the Foxes, and the arrival of Enzo Maresca changed a lot.

Kristiansen wasn’t best pleased with the new manager’s plans for him at Leicester, which is why he sought a move away, and found it with Bologna, who paid €1m to sign him on loan with an option to buy, and the player now expects that to be triggered, as revealed in quotes by Corriere dello Sport.

Currently on international duty with Denmark, the defender was asked if he imagines himself returning to the King Power Stadium next season.

He is said to have responded ‘with conviction’: “No, at the moment, there is no future for me there.”

This isn’t the first time the left-back has been critical of Leicester, as he recently called them a dysfunctional club, especially after Maresca decided to try and change his position from full-back to centre-back.

If it wasn’t for that, he would have happily stayed at the club, stating that if he could ‘rewrite history’, he would, as things were initially ‘going great’ with the now Championship side.

Still, it seemingly wasn’t to be, and he will either find himself a new club if Bologna don’t trigger his clause, or stay put if they do.