Leicester have reportedly agreed a deal with Brighton for Lenardo Ulloa. No real confirmation has been given as of yet and is expected to take place tomorrow but with the arrival of Chris O’Grady and OddsChanger’s tweet, it is looking like a likely possibility that he could be on his way out.

The striker has enjoyed last term with Brighton in which he scored a wealth of goals even after a spell of injury. The Argentine is reportedly a target for Nigel Pearson who is looking to improve his Leicester City side since promotion to the Premier League by adding the big striker.

Ulloa poses a massive aerial and physical threat with his body and stature and can cause an array of problems for defenders. After spending most of his career so far in Spain, since moving to England, he has quickly become Brighton’s star man and is reportedly valued at roughly £8-9 million. Brighton have already rejected a £7 million bid for his services from Leicester City.

If Pearson is to lure the 27-year-old away from Sami Hypia’s hands at Brighton, It will have to be a highly competitive offer in which Brighton can afford a suitable replacement with. Leonardo-Ulloa-2244187

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