West Bromwich Albion has stepped up the chase of Nigeria international Ahmed Musa.
The Midlands club had earlier shown interest in the speed star but was scared away by the approach of Turkish Super Lig side Fenerbahce who is ready to cough out £16m for him.
New permanent Leicester manager Craig
Shakespeare is not convinced by Musa, who can play up front or on the wing.
He used the Nigerian international sparingly after taking over from Claudio Ranieri at the end of February.
Musa’s agent Tony Harris told LCTV: “The interest from Turkey is very strong but he wants to remain in England,” Musa’s agent Tony Harris said earlier this summer.
“He could get his wish because some clubs have contacted us about him.
“West Brom are among the clubs to have sounded him out over a potential move.
“A decision will be made over his next
destination. “But leaving England is out of it” he stated.