Leicester City's remarkable 2015/16 campaign has seen many of their star players linked with moves away from the club.
Leicester City's Premier League success over this past season has seemingly been the catalyst for a potential mass exodus at the King Power Stadium.
Jamie Vardy is in advanced talks with Arsenal over a proposed £20 million move, while Riyad Mahrez is also being linked with a move to the Emirates. To make matters worse for the Foxes, The Daily Mirror are reporting that French Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain have offered N'Golo Kante a lucrative contract to move to Le Parc des Princes.
Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez have been heavily linked with exits from the Foxes
The newspaper reports that the French international has a release clause similar to that of Vardy's, which will obviously not represent a problem for the mega-rich Parisians.
The Mirror also suggests that Chelsea and Arsenal remain keen on the player. Kante spoke ahead of the European Championships in France, neither confirming nor denying where his future lies.
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"I am a Leicester player," he said. "For now, I have not taken a decision, even if I have been made offers. It will be great to play in the Champions League. I will decide my future after the Euros.”
If all the players linked with an exit do end up leaving Leicester, the Foxes' squad is in danger of being decimated beyond all recognition.
The one shining light for the Midlands club is the money they will receive for their highly coveted stars. How they perform next season will depend heavily on how they manage to re-invest that money, should the exits of Kante, Vardy and Mahrez come to fruition.
Kante played an integral part in Leicester's success