Leicester City have insisted that Kelechi Iheanacho will stay this month but the club wants the big-money striker to work harder according to reports from Mirror Sport.
The Super Eagles forward cost Leicester £25million in August from Manchester City and is currently one of the club’s top earners.
The 21-year-old Iheanacho has looked a shadow of the player who averaged a goal every 106 minutes in the Premier League for City.
But Leicester City manager Claude Puel has this to say about Iheanacho:
“He will stay with us. Iheanacho is a young player who signed this season with us.
We have to develop him. I hope he can have more game-time in the second part of the season.
He arrived in a good team with competition and he needs to continue to work and improve.
He will take the time to improve and to work.”