Report: Bologna want to sign Leicester City striker Andrej Kramaric after just six months at club

The club record signing from Rijeka is wanted by the recently promoted Italian outfit.

It is being reported in Italy that Leicester City striker Andrej Kramaric might just be on his way out of the club, just six months after arriving at the club from Croatian side Rijeka for a club record fee.

Kramaric, who cost what the BBC reported was a £9 million club record fee midway through January, is on the agenda of recently promoted Bologna according to information from Tutto Mercato Web.

It would be a major coup from the side, who are hoping to stay in Serie A next term.

The report claims that Italian director of football Pantaleo Corvino and football agent Sergio Berti, who does not represent Kramaric directly, have met to discuss a deal.

It would seem Berti, who represents the likes of Aleksandar Kolarov, Daniele De Rossi and Libor Kozak, is acting as a fixer between the two clubs regarding a potential deal – given his dealings in the English market.

Should Leicester sell?

Considering that they fought off the likes of Juventus and Chelsea to sign the Croatian, selling him would seem odd.

He failed to make a massive impact after his arrival in January. However, he did score twice in his 13 games – most of which came as a substitute.

Surely they would be foolish to let him go before seeing what he can do after a full pre-season under his belt.

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