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sport news Leicester 'expected to accelerate their plans to sign a new defender' after ...
Leicester 'expected to accelerate their plans to sign a new defender this summer with the Foxes keen on a loan deal' after Wesley Fofana broke his leg in their pre-season win over Villarreal Leicester are looking to bring in a new defender after Wesley Fofana's leg break Sky Sports said the Foxes were discussing options to get a player in on loan  Fofana fractured his tibula from a tackle from Villarreal's Fer Nino in a friendly 

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Leicester are set to step up plans to sign a central defender after Wesley Fofana was ruled out for a large chunk of the coming season following his leg break in Wednesday's pre-season friendly with Villarreal.

Fofana was the victim of a horror tackle from Villarreal forward Fer Nino -- who seemed to forget the nature of a friendly fixture -- and was left with a fractured tibula.  

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The injury leaves Leicester coach Brendan Rodgers extra short of defenders for their first game of the new Premier League season against Wolves, as Jonny Evans is a doubt.

Leicester are interested in signing a new defender after Wesley Fofana (pictured) broke his leg

Leicester are interested in signing a new defender after Wesley Fofana (pictured) broke his leg 

Fofana broke his tibula after a late challenge from Villarreal's Fer Nino in Wednesday's friendly

Fofana broke his tibula after a late challenge from Villarreal's Fer Nino in Wednesday's friendly

And Sky Sports have reported that they want to bring in a centre-back to boost their defence for the campaign as they look to finally crack the Premier League's top-four after finishing fifth in the last two

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