Leicester City's daily transfer round-up, including latest club news.
Leicester's Callum Elder
Following on from yesterday's news that Leicester were set to offer young defender Callum Elder a new three-year contract before loaning him out, West London Sport are reporting that Brentford have agreed a deal to bring the 21-year-old to Griffin Park on a season-long loan.
Leicester City's Leonardo Ulloa in action with Swansea's Leroy Fer
Meanwhile, Swansea City have made an enquiry regarding the availability of Leicester striker Leonardo Ulloa, according to Sky Sports.
New Foxes signing Luis Hernandez has opened up about how comfortable he feels at the club already, telling the Leicester Mercury how quickly his teammates have enabled him to settle at the club:
Leicester City new signing Luis Hernandez has settled in quickly at the club
"I feel good and had a good welcome from my new team-mates. That is important for a new player coming into a squad that is as close as this squad. I feel good with them in training and that is the most important thing. This squad has fantastic spirit and they all fight together. This is very important and it makes it easier for new players to come to this club."
In slightly worrying news for Foxes fans, allnigeriasoccer.com are running an exclusive report that suggests other new signing Ahmed Musa is still yet to obtain a work permit allowing him to ply his trade in the United Kingdom. The report goes on to suggest that if he does not receive clearance by August 7th, he may be unavailable for selection for Leicester's Community Shield match against Manchester United.
Leicester's Liam Moore