Photo: £9m striker Andrej Kramaric trains with Leicester City first-team amid exit talk

The Foxes forward is struggling for regular football.

Last January Leicester City beat off a host of competition to the signature of Croatian international Andrej Kramaric.

He joined in a club record deal, reported by the BBC to be in the region of £9 million, and played his part in Leicester's miraculous survival in the Premier League last season.

But this term he has slipped down the pecking order at the King Power Stadium with Jamie Vardy, Shinji Okazaki and Leonardo Ulloa all ahead of him in the mind of Claudio Ranieri.

He has therefore been linked with a move away from the club. With that in mind his agent Vincenzo Cavaliere told Tuttomercatoweb yesterday that the Croatian has offers from Germany, England and Spain as well as from Italian side Torino and that a move looked likely. 

Despite the links with a move away from the club Kramaric continues to train hard for the club. Kramaric will be hoping to play some part when Leicester take on Bournemouth at the King Power Stadium at the weekend.

Kramaric has played just five games for The Foxes this season. He has played just twice in the league and needs first-team football in the run up to the European Championships in France in the summer.

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