Leicester City's record signing Andrej Kramaric could reportedly be handed a chance next season

The Foxes are said to be considering keeping the Croatian international.

Leicester City have won the Premier League title and will now be looking to finish high up the table again next season, whilst also competing in the Champions League.

With that in mind the club will need to bring in some new players in the summer and are already being linked with a long list of names.

But it could be they will also have a returning player that feels like a new signature.

According to reports in Germany Leicester are considering giving Andrej Kramaric another chance to shine at the club next season.

The Croatian is currently on loan at Hoffenheim and Rheinar-Neckar-Zeitung is reporting that the Bundesliga club have no right to purchase option in his loan deal and that Leicester may decide to bring him back this summer.

Kramaric has scored five goals in 14 games for Hoffenheim since arriving on loan.

He joined Leicester in a club record deal in January 2015 for a fee reported by the BBC to be in the region of £9 million, and played his part in Leicester's miraculous survival in the Premier League last season.

But this term he slipped down the pecking order at the King Power Stadium with Jamie Vardy, Shinji Okazaki and Leonardo Ulloa all ahead of him in the mind of Claudio Ranieri.

However it seems he might still have a chance at making a significant impact at Leicester.

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