Leicester City icon Jamie Vardy has been offered to Turkish side Trabzonspor by his agents as he looks to continue his career outside of England.

That’s according to Karadeniz Gazete, who say the 36-year-old can move from Leicester on a free transfer this summer should he so wish.

The newspaper reports that there was a ‘Jamie Vardy bomb’ at the Turkish club as the player was offered to them via his agents.

He’s been with Leicester for 11 years but now wants to continue his career elsewhere after relegation to the Championship this season and should he move, there will be ‘no transfer fee’ to speak of.

Vardy’s agents have reportedly told the Super Lig side that he wants to continue his career ‘outside of England’ and leave Leicester this summer.

If Trabzonspor are open to it, he would be happy to move there and if an agreement can be struck on personal terms, they ‘will not pay a fee’ for him despite him still having a year left on his current contract.

Why he would be available on a free isn’t made clear, but as has been seen at other clubs, there may be a relegation clause of some sort in his current deal that Trabzonspor could take advantage of.

Alternatively, he may just have an agreement in place with Leicester given his association with them and the service he’s provided over the last 11 years.

Either way, it seems he wants out and his agents are offering him around in the hopes that someone bites and makes a move.