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Leicester City midfielder: Jamie Vardy joining Arsenal will not affect us


Leicester City midfielder Andy King says the Foxes will not be affected negatively if Jamie Vardy leaves to join Arsenal.

The Gunners have made an official offer to sign the Englishman with the striker opting to wait the end of the Euro 2016 Championship before taking a decision.

King says he was not surprised after the Gunners made a move but also added that the club wants to keep the best players ahead of next season.

"I wasn't surprised when I heard about Vards because all of our players have had brilliant seasons and are going to be linked with big clubs," King is quoted as saying by The National.

"Nothing has happened yet and it will probably be a long transfer window.

"But I don't think it will affect the squad. It is 25 players in a squad and, if one or two decide they want to go and play their football elsewhere, we wish them all the best.

"We want to keep our best players and hopefully add to that."

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