Foxes look at duo
By Peter ORourke. Last Updated: 06/05/05 12:06pm
Leicester have handed trials to Celtic utility man Momo Sylla and Bradford goalkeeper Paul Henderson.
Foxes boss Craig Levein is a big admirer of Sylla as the Guinea ace can play in a variety of positions.
Sylla's future at Celtic looks uncertain as he is well down the pecking order at Parkhead and the club could be willing to let him leave as he has just one year to run on his contract.
"Next season our squad is not going to be as big as it is at the moment so the more the players can adapt the better," Levein told the club's official website.
"I have seen him play in a number of positions so he is the sort of player who would be a valuable asset to us.
"I would like to thank Martin O'Neill for letting us bring him down to have a look at him, and for him to see us, and we will just have to see what happens later on."
Henderson is weighing up his options after rejecting a new deal at Valley Parade.
The Australian custodian could win a deal at the Walkers Stadium if he impresses during his time training at the club.