Lithuanian international Simonas Stankevicius leaves Leicester City having never played a game for the club

The 20-year-old follows Andrej Kramaric out of the club.

Yesterday saw Leicester City allow an international striker leave the club. Record signing Andrej Kramaric headed to Bundesliga side Hoffenheim on loan for the rest of the season with hopes of sealing a place in the Croatia national team for Euro 2016.

Today another international striker has left the club - but he will not be as well-known as Kramaric.

Simonas Stankevicius has left Leicester to return home, joining Lithuanian side FK Zalgiris for an undisclosed fee.

The 20-year-old striker joined Leicester in 2013 as a youngster and never played for the first-team. In fact, he never even made the matchday squad for East Midlands outfit.

The most first-team experience he has had was during a loan spells at non-league Nuneaton Town and Oldham Athletic - but he failed to score a single goal in English football.

But despite his relative lack of experience or impact at Leicester he is a regular with the Lithuania national team. He made his debut in 2013 and has played ten times for his nation altogether.

Now he will hope to establish himself as a top Lithuanian talent by using his experience in England to good use back home.

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