Latest Leicester City news as Harry Winks is told what he must do at the King Power Stadium after his transfer from Tottenham Hotspur
New Leicester City midfielder Harry Winks has been urged to “re-boot” his career at King Power Stadium.
The 27-year-old penned a three-year deal with City after leaving Tottenham, a club he grew up at over 21 years. He has now moved on to a new chapter as Leicester look to get promoted back to the Premier League at the first time of asking.
Much has been made of Winks’ career progression in recent years, with the former England international set to be playing in the Championship just five years after playing in the Champions League final. But he has proven himself to be an ambitious player who is excited to be part of the project on Filbert Way.
He has now been told to ‘re-boot’ his career by pundit Tony Cascarino, who assessed Winks’ latest career move on talkSPORT. Speaking about Leicester’s first summer signing, he said: “Yes, it’s a good move for Harry (Winks) because he got left in the wilderness a bit at Spurs.