Mario Lemina (R)
The Gabon international started his career at Lorient before moving to Marseille in 2013, spending two seasons in the south of France before joining Juventus on loan with an option to buy.
The Italian champions took up the option to gin him on a permanent deal last April, yet with heavy competition for places in Turin he is expected to spend next season out on loan.
Leicester are currently going through a testing time in regards to transfers as a number of top European clubs eye deals for star attacking duo Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez as well as midfielder N’Golo Kante.
Kante has quickly emerged as one of the brightest holding midfielders in Europe, and should Leicester fail to keep hold of him this summer they will have a rather large void to fill.
Lemina, 22, is a holding midfielder and his impressive performances have earned him plenty of plaudits.
Described as a strong, hard-working box-to-box midfielder with plenty of technical ability, Lemina featured ten times for Juventus last term and was even deployed on occasions in a wing-back role.
The Guardian also say that Leicester are keen to sign Nice’s Nampalys Mendy having already made a bid.