Leicester owners will meet to discuss future of key players - Sky sources
By Aidan Magee, Sky Sports News HQ
Last Updated: 25/07/16 1:34pm
Leicester City's owners and officials will meet in Los Angeles on Monday to discuss the future of a number of their key players, according to Sky sources.
On the agenda will be the future of striker Riyad Mahrez, who has been strongly linked with a move to Arsenal in recent days.
Manager Claudio Ranieri told reporters after Saturday's win over Celtic that the 25-year-old Algerian was not for sale.
Also under discussion will be the possibility of a new contract for Kasper Schmeichel, who has attracted interest from Everton despite already entering talks with Leicester over a new deal.
Danny Drinkwater is another who has opened talks and is holding out for £80,000-a-week, with a two-year extension to the four-year contract he signed when the club were promoted in 2014.
Defender Danny Simpson's status will be under review - he has a year left on the contract he agreed when he arrived from QPR two years ago.
Jeff Schlupp signed a new deal last summer but is also seeking new terms. West Brom have bid £9m for the winger, who played 24 Premier League games last season. West Brom are likely to return with an improved bid.
The club will also consider an offer from Liverpool for left-back Ben Chilwell, as well as a bid from Reading for central defender Liam Moore.