Brenden Rodgers' Leicester City look, destined to finally finish in one of those Champions League spots this season, with the Foxes sitting comfortably seven points clear of West Ham in fifth. With this in mind, Rodgers will likely look to bolster his squad in the transfer market this summer, and former player Odsonne Edouard who the Northern Irishman coached at Parkhead before leaving for the King Power, could be high on his wish list.
The Frenchman could be viewed as the long-term successor for Foxes legend Jamie Vardy, who recently turned 34. With Edouard just 23 and with an impressive goal contribution record of 82 (57g, 25a) in just 100 appearances in the Scottish Premiership, the striker could be a steal at the reported £20million asking price.
This sees Edouard priced at 5/4 to team up with Rodgers once again at the King Power.