Leicester City are ‘looking around’ Europe in the hope of finding an alternative buyer for midfielder Dennis Praet as Torino fail to meet their demands.
That’s according to Tuttosport, who say the two clubs remain locked in negotiations over another loan deal for the Belgian.
Praet spent last season with the Italian side and was a regular for them, but his loan deal didn’t include an option to make the move permanent.
They want him back next season but are yet to match Leicester’s demands, with the Foxes determined to find a deal that sees them recoup some of their money.
Tuttosport explain that at the moment, Leicester are happy to loan Praet out if that deal includes an ‘obligation’ to buy for €10m at the end of it.
Torino don’t want to commit to that, so are instead looking for a loan deal with a right to buy instead.
Thus Leicester have turned their attention to finding another suitor and are ‘looking around’ in the hope of finding a club who would be willing to make an ‘offer higher’ than the one the Granata are proposing.