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 By Ben Jacobs

Shinji Okazaki and Gokhan Inler a sign of Leicester's growing appeal

Leicester had a bid rejected by QPR for Charlie Austin but the Foxes may return for him in the January transfer window.

With the transfer window now closed, it's time to look at Leicester's ins and outs and whether Claudio Ranieri can be pleased with his summer business.


N'Golo Kante (Caen, £5.6 million); Yohan Benalouane (Atalanta, £5.6m); Gokhan Inler (Napoli, £5m); Robert Huth (Stoke City, £3m); Shinji Okazaki (Mainz, Undisclosed); Christian Fuchs (free); Nathan Dyer (Swansea, loan)


David Nugent (Middlesbrough, £4 million); Chris Wood (Leeds United, £2.5m); Esteban Cambiasso...

 By Ben Jacobs

Leicester extend unbeaten run, but questions linger over Ranieri's tactics

Leicester salvaged a late draw to remain unbeaten against newly promoted Bournemouth.
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe says injuries played a large role his side's morale and tactics in their 1-1 draw against Leicester City.

Leicester head into the international break unbeaten this campaign, so you can hardly fault their start to the season, but a few concerning signs did emerge in Saturday's 1-1 draw at Bournemouth.

For the first time, Claudio Ranieri tinkered and unnecessarily switched from 4-4-2 to 4-5-1. Even with the extra midfielder, City only managed 41 percent possession in the first half.

No one can fault the Italian for starting N'Golo Kante, who had an excellent game, but it should have been at the expense...

 By Ben Jacobs

Ranieri and Leicester can send out a message of intent at Bournemouth

Claudio Ranieri hailed his Leicester side's spirit after they came from behind to draw against Tottenham last time out.

Leicester will not only move a quarter of the way to safety with victory at Bournemouth this weekend, but they can also send out a message of intent before the international break.

On current form it's a game the Foxes should win, but a trip to Bournemouth is a different prospect to the opening thee fixtures. It would be unfair to say the pitch isn't up to Premier League standards, but it's a claustrophobic, old-school stadium not entirely similar to Bury's Gigg Lane. However, Tuesday night's 4-1...

 By Ben Jacobs

Leicester continue strong Premier League start with draw vs. Spurs

Riyad Mahrez was on the score sheet again as Leicester picked up a 1-1 draw against Tottenham.
Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri applauds his side for immediately responding to Tottenham's goal.

Leicester's winning streak might be over, but for the third straight Saturday the Foxes closed the day top of the Premier League. The 1-1 draw with Tottenham, who did the double over Leicester last season, was almost as satisfying as the opening two victories over Sunderland and West Ham.

City will feel they should have won the game, with captain Wes Morgan almost proving an unlikely hero. Goalkeeper Hugo Lloris' hands are probably still stinging from the Jamaican's powerful header. However, Spurs...

 By Ben Jacobs

Ranieri has new faces at Leicester but integration must be steady

Leicester new boy Gokhan Inler may have to wait before he breaks into the side.

Leicester arguably start Saturday's encounter against Tottenham as the slender favourites.

The visitors are still winless and sweating on the fitness of ex-Leicester loanee Harry Kane. City, meanwhile, are not only hoping to win their opening three games for the first time since 1922-23, but also make it 10 wins from their last 12 Premier League outings.

History suggests there will be goals on Saturday. The past 10 meetings have dished up 44, with Leicester unable to keep a single clean sheet during...

Leicester's Claudio Ranieri proving to be more than a 'tinkerman' with Foxes

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson talks to Napoli midfielder Gokhan Inler, who may be following fellow Swiss midfielder Xerdan Shaquiri with a similar move to the Premier League.
Claudio Ranieri's Leicester City are one of the biggest surprises of the Premier League so far, taking six points in the first two matches.

Claudio Ranieri could have been forgiven for feeling a little smug at West Ham United on Saturday, but that has never been the Leicester City manager's personality. He knows better than most how transitory modern football can be. The last few weeks have been a case in point.

After a summer in which he had been dismissed as an "uninspired choice" and as a near certainty to be either sacked or relegated, the Italian was looking to play down much of the praise coming the way of his players. Leicester...