Leicester City captain Wes Morgan could leave the club at the end of the season with less a year remaining on his contract
The 34-year-old defender is among the players who could leave Leicester in 2019 and is understood to be in talks with the club’s director of football, Jon Rudkin.
Morgan, who formed a key defensive partnership with Robert Huth in Leicester’s stunning 2015/16 Premier League title, has fallen down the pecking order recently.
But Foxes coach Claude Puel refused to give anything away over his future at the King Power Stadium.
“There are some discussions with Jon [Rudkin] about all the players in our squad,” Puel told Leicestershire Live.
“I don’t want to give it away for them or for other players. I can say about them, about the squad, I’m happy to have all these players with us.
“We have to manage them and try to give them the game-time to continue with a positive attitude.”
Christian Fuchs, Danny Simpson and Yohan Benalouane are among the other players with less than a year left on their contracts.