Leicester City defender Çağlar Söyüncü is not ruling out staying in England when his contract with the club expires next summer.
The Turkish is yet to commit to a new deal as is one of ten Foxes players whose contract runs out in summer 2023 but he seems not to be in a hurry in leaving England even if his association with the club ends.
“Our performance as a team has not been at the desired level this season. We’ve had a good period as a team in the past one-and-a-half months. Everything is going well right now. I’m happy to be playing,” he told Tivibu Spor.
Daniel Amartey vs. Brentford:
◉ Most ball recoveries (11)
◉ Most clearances (7)
Caglar Söyüncü vs. Brentford:
◉ Most duels won (10)
◉ Most aerial duels won (7)
Leicester’s centre-backs had a busy afternoon against Brentford. pic.twitter.com/1dbDW0uPoP
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The 25-year-old has been linked with a move away from the King Power before as he feels the club can’t guarantee him constant trophies in his career.
The Foxes are willing to cash on him should they find a suitable offer with the club confident that they will find a perfect replacement just as they did when they let go of Harry Maguire to Manchester United.