Foxes trial Hungarian duo
Leicester have given trials to Hungarian players Zsolt Laczko and Gabor Bori.
By Juha Pal
Last Updated: 19/12/07 4:43pm
Leicester have given trials to Zsolt Laczko and Gabor Bori, according to reports in Hungary.
Under 21 international Laczko is understood to have linked up with The Foxes over the weekend after being given permission to travel to England by his club Olympiakos.
Laczko's agent Filipovic Vladan has suggested that Olympiakos want him to play and would only be willing for him to secure a loan move to Leicester.
"Zsolt Laczko attends trainings but won't play any friendly games," Vladan told Nemzeti Sport.
"Olympiakos officials still haven't decided about the midfielder's future. Their plans are a bit confused as they qualified from the group stage of the UEFA Champions League.
"They weren't too happy about this English trial.
"They don't want to sell him but would like him to play regular first-team football which is very important at his age."
Meanwhile, MTK Budapest have stated on their website that Leicester manager Ian Holloway is also casting his eye over Bori.
The powerful midfielder has recently broken into the senior Hungary squad and will be looking to gain experience in the Championship.
Holloway has a history of working with Hungarian players, having managed Krisztian Timar, Akos Buzsaky and Peter Halmosi at Plymouth.
Goalkeeper Marton Fulop is also on loan at Leicester from Sunderland.