The Premier defending champion’s top striker Jamie Vardy has admitted that he is not bothering about his club future while on International duty with England, despite knowing the North Londoners interest in him.
The England international made his debut at the Euro 2016 on Thursday with England in the match against Wales.
After his game-changing display as a substitute, Vardy could be England’s starting striker in its last group game at the European Championship against Slovakia on Monday and then into the knockout stage, if the team qualifies.
Undeniably, this is another beginning in the England forward amazing story, having helped the Foxes to win the Premier League title by netting 24 goals in 36-league appearance also breaking the record for scoring in consecutive matches in the process. He also won England’s Footballer of the Year award.
Vardy will be hoping that his dazzling performance in the comeback win over Wales will be rewarded with a starting spot in the final group game against Slovakia on Monday.
This incredible form has definitely seen the 29-year-old ace future at the King Power Stadium placed in doubt, with the Gunners interested in taking him to the Emirates Stadium next season with the aim of lifting the Premier League title.
Subsequent to the emerging of the Euro 2016 the Gunners move for the 29-year-old ace was not completed. According to Talk Sport, he said:
“It’s been easy (to shut that out),” he said, when asked about a potential move to the Emirates.
“I’m here to concentrate and focus on England and that’s all I’m going to be doing and now we’ll just get back on that training field and focus on the next match.”
However, If Arsenal were to land Vardy to the Emirates it would be intriguing to see just what team manager Arsene Wenger would make as a result.
In the end, to get the best out of the Vardy you need to be willing to get the ball delivered to him quickly, meaning the Gunners style of playing is often not compatible.
In my view, for the Foxes super striker, the decision will be a difficult one as staying at Leicester and leading them into the Champions League would be thrilling for the striker, as it will be a show of his loyalty to the club that gave him a chance to shine at the elite level.
However, if he turns down a move to Arsenal, his chance of joining a big club and a chance to challenge for the Premier League may not come around again.
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