Riyad Mahrez returns to Leicester City training, ends self-imposed exile

Riyad Mahrez returns to Leicester City training, ends self-imposed exile

Riyad Mahrez returns to Leicester City training, ends self-imposed exile

Mahrez has refused to return to training with Leicester since the end of the January transfer window after failing to push through a move to City, who offered a £60m cash-plus-player deal for the Algerian winger.

Leicester blocked what would have been a dream move to the Premier League leaders for Mahrez, and he has subsequently missed the games against Everton and Swansea.

Manchester United are all set to steal another Manchester City target, with Leicester's Harry Maguire now on their radar for a summer move, according to a report in British news outlet, The Daily Mirror, as well as The Daily Star. "We enjoy watching him play and, as soon as possible, he should come back with Leicester and play at his level".

"We love to play football but we've been playing in four competitions, every three or four days, over the past two to three months". He loves his relationship with his friends and team mates.

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Speaking to Sky sports during a pre-match interview, Puel hoped that Mahrez could get his mind back to the Foxes and simply play for the love of the game. "It is important to keep a good feeling together through these difficulties".

"He likes the pitch and to stay after the training field to work and touch the ball. The squad has good quality, strength and when I saw their attitude in training, they have taken their responsibilities".

The Foxes suffered a 2-0 defeat to City in the reverse fixture in November and were also knocked out of the Carabao Cup by Pep Guardiola's side at the King Power Stadium in December. A fantastic and exciting challenge.

City are huge favourites to win and they are available at their best odds of 2/9 at Skybet.

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"Guardiola has been furious over a series of unsafe challenges aimed at Kevin De Bruyne, Sane and Brahim Diaz in recent weeks, and several of his players have joined him in calling for refs to offer greater protection".

"Leicester have the fundamentals they have from a long time ago that helped them to be champions in the Premier League", he explained.

"We have 18 players tomorrow so Gary Neville can be happy", he said, having shaken or nodded his head to state whether his quintet of absentees from last time out would be ready to play.

"Now, away, we can show our progress against this team".

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