Youri Tielemans 'decides on next club' amid transfer interest from Arsenal, Man Utd and Tottenham
YOURI TIELEMANS is set to decide on his next club as speculation grows he could be set for a move to the likes of Arsenal, Manchester United and Tottenham.
The talented Leicester midfielder has impressed onlookers with his consistently strong performances.
It is reported Tielemans has told people close to him he is prepared to make a move, with his preference being Real Madrid.
But Premier League clubs will be keen to try and hijack a deal for the 24-year-old.
Journalist Sacha Tavolieri tweeted: "Youri Tielemans would have told those around him his preference for a departure to Spain.
"Real Madrid, interested, could position themselves concretely in the coming weeks… To be continued."
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Carlo Ancelotti's team has previously been linked with a move for Tielemans, but his reported £50m January price tag may have proved a stumbling block.
With the Spanish giant's midfield featuring the aging pair of Luka Modric and Toni Kroos, Tielemans could be seen as someone to take the club into the future.
Interest remains high in England as well, with Manchester United and Arsenal believed to be jostling for the Belgian star.
With just a year left on Tielemans' contract, both clubs reportedly believe they can land him on a bargain.
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Tielemans has been one of Leicester's star players since joining the club in 2019, in a £40m move from French club Monaco.
His crowning moment was arguably his stunning long-range strike to help Leicester win last season's FA Cup.
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