Other than (mostly) Jamie Vardy and (sometimes) Ayoze Pérez, goals at Leicester City have come from midfield.

Harvey Barnes, Youri Tielemans and James Maddison have all chipped in here and there in the Premier League, leaving the big question of what happens when the English striker calls it a day.

At 33 years of age, retirement is getting closer for Vardy, meaning Brendan Rodgers has to start thinking about the future.

According to France Football, he has one man in mind for that, and it’s Lyon’s Moussa Dembélé.

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The Leicester manager knows the French striker well from his time coaching him at Celtic, and the magazine claim on Monday that Rodgers is ‘considering’ making him come to King Power Stadium.

However, despite enjoying himself at Parkhead under the orders of the 47-year-old at Parkhead, it’s explained Dembélé isn’t making the Foxes his ‘priority destination’.

Why isn’t said, although we’ve got a feeling that if Rodgers and his team manage to secure Champions League qualification between now and the end of the season, his mind could change.