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Leicester City officials are increasingly concerned star midfielder N’Golo Kante could be prised away by Arsenal this summer, Mirror reports.

The 25-year-old was one of the most impressive players in the Premier League this season and has a buy-out clause believed to be around £20million.

Manager Claudio Ranieri made it clear this week that he will not stand in the way of a possible exit from his key players.

"I told my players that here they will always enjoy first-team regular football," Ranieri told FOX Sports Italy.

"They can grow here, get the experience they need. I understand it can be fascinating to feature in a bigger club but one could also be disappointed after such an experience.

"I told them that they are so good that maybe they don't even realise it but we will become a big Club as well.

"Then granted, if someone wants to leave I'll be more than happy to accompany them to the station because I don't want unsettled players in my squad."

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