Two Premier League clubs have reportedly made offers for Leicester City forward Leonardo Ulloa, according to claims in Spain.
Marca have revealed the Leicester City star could finally have the opportunity to be the main striker of a top tier club.
Marca says the sides who have bid for the 29-year-old have offered him the chance to be their No.1 striker, and those interested are teams who could fight for European spots.
Leicester have also received bids from China and Arabia, but the player wants to stay in the Premier League.
Ulloa spent five years playing in Spain, where he had spells at Castellón and Almería. It’s always strange to see the foreign media breaking news with only Premier League clubs involved, but maybe because of his time in Spain is the reason why Marca have sources close to the player.
The striker scored six league goals for Leicester last season, but only had the opportunity to start seven times. He signed for the Foxes from Brighton in 2014 for £7.5m.