On deadline day of the European transfer window, Leicester City agreed to allow Fousseni Diabaté join Amiens on a loan deal.

Two days ago, L’Equipe reported the two clubs are ‘waiting’ to see if the transfer is validated by LFP, the French league’s governing board.

Another French outlet, Courrier Picard, blamed the Foxes on Wednesday and said ‘clearly the English didn’t send properly filled documents’, which is why there was no clarity if the deal was completed or not.

France Football now brings the latest update and it should come as good news for both clubs and the 23-year-old.

They claim all parties involved were waiting for an approval from FIFA and the sport’s governing body has ‘approved’ the Mali international’s temporary move to the Ligue 1 club.

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It’s claimed ‘everything was done according to the rules’, which is why the transfer has now been completed.

The report also adds Diabaté will join Amiens on a dry loan without any purchase option.

The Leicester City paperwork must have been fine, regardless of the claims.