BBC pundit has advice for Jamie Vardy regarding Arsenal move

England's Jamie Vardy

Arsenal and Liverpool are reportedly interested in signing Jamie Vardy from Leicester City in the summer transfer window.

England's Jamie Vardy

Former Queens Park Rangers and West Ham United winger Trevor Sinclair suggested on BBC 5 live Sport on Friday evening (broadcast from 7pm, June 3) that Jamie Vardy should not leave Leicester City for Arsenal in the summer transfer window.

According to BBC Sport, Arsenal are interested in signing Vardy from Premier League rivals Leicester this summer.

It has been reported that the Gunners have triggered the England international striker’s release clause of £20 million.

Leicester's Jamie Vardy reacts

Sinclair has suggested that the 29-year-old former Fleetwood Town man should not leave Leicester for Arsenal in the summer transfer window.

“I am a big believer in karma,” said Sinclair on BBC 5 live Sport on Friday evening (broadcast from 7pm, June 3).

“I think you have won the Premier League, you are happy, you have got a great group of players around you that you have just won the league with, the fans adore you, you are settled, why move?”

England's Joe Hart and Jamie Vardy celebrate at the end of the match

Vardy was one of the best players in the Premier League this past season and was key in Leicester winning the title.

The England international striker scored 24 goals and created 46 chances in 36 league matches for Claudio Ranieri’s side.

Leicester are unlikely to successfully retain the Premier League title next season, while Arsenal are once again expected to challenge for the championship.

Liverpool are also reported to be interested in signing Vardy, with The Mirror reporting that the Merseyside outfit have offered the Englishman a salary of £140,000 per week.

Harry Kane celebrates with Jamie Vardy after scoring the first goal for England

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