Leicester City striker Leonardo Ulloa has emerged as a January target for Championship promotion pushers Aston Villa.
If Leicester City let Leonardo Ulloa leave on loan in January, surely Sunderland will join Aston Villa in the race for a striker they tried to sign a year ago.
Leicester City striker Leonardo Ulloa and Huddersfield Town's Nahki Wells are on Aston Villa's radar ahead of the January transfer window.
Aston Villa would arguably be wise to strengthen their striker options during the January transfer window.
Leonardo Ulloa - wanted by David Moyes earlier this year - is reportedly unwanted at Leicester City.
The out of favour Leicester striker should be a target for Nottingham Forest.
The Leicester City player is available in January and Everton need to take more goals wherever they can get them.
Sunderland tried three times to sign Leonardo Ulloa in January but Leicester City are definitely willing to sell one year on.
Leicester City manager Claude Puel is reportedly preparing to sell three players in January.
Nigel Pearson is reportedly West Bromwich Albion's top candidate as they search for Tony Pulis' successor.