Belgian champions Club Brugge have reportedly had a bid rejected for Costa Rican World Cup ace Bryan Oviedo but the League One club are willing to sell.
Newcastle United are expected to bid for Club Brugge attacker Limbombe but Premier League rivals Huddersfield Town have reportedly made the first move.
Premier League outfit West Ham United need defensive reinforcements and could consider former Ajax youngster Stefano Denswil.
Anthony Limbombe's Jupier League form for Club Brugge has attracted Huddersfield Town and Ligue 1 outfit Lyon
Leeds United failed to bring Anthony Limbombe to Elland Road in 2015 and now he has been called up by Belgium.
Southampton's forgotten man Jordy Clasie could be playing Champions League football next season, having found form since leaving the Premier League.
Leeds United are reportedly set to sign Club Brugge defender Laurens De Bock in the January transfer window.
Club Brugge's Laurens De Bock could be heading to the Championship with Leeds United and Wolverhampton Wanderers going head-to-head.
Leeds United have been linked with Laurens De Bock of Club Brugge in the January transfer window.
Former Club Brugge boss Michel Preud'homme wants the Rangers job - but would he consider bringing Anthony Limbombe with him?
Claudio Ranieri described Leicester City’s progress to the knockout stage of the Champions League as group winners and with a match to spare as an “unbelievable” achievement, yet demanded his players now show the same level of performance domestically in order to climb well clear of the relegation zone.
There was a question to Riyad Mahrez about whether he could win the Ballon d’Or, another for Claudio Ranieri on the prospect of reaching the knockout stage of the Champions League and a couple for both player and manager on the possibility of being relegated. In many ways it was confirmation that these are strange times for Leicester City as they try to get to grips with a rollercoaster season.
The most revealing moment, perhaps, came in the small, airless room beneath the Jan Breydel Stadion where Wes Morgan was asked whether Leicester City, preparing for their first experience of the Champions League, could confound everyone again by winning the damn thing. “Why not?” Morgan asked, doing his best to sound like he meant it and unaware that, sitting in the seat to his right, Claudio Ranieri was trying, and failing, to keep a straight face. Leicester’s manager seemed to find the idea hilarious.