Liverpool target Jamie Vardy could be allowed to quit Leicester next summer – if a top club came in for him.
Former non-league striker Vardy, 28, is the leading scorer in the Premier League with 10 goals this term.
And Foxes boss Claudio Ranieri has admitted he could be allowed to leave if a big club comes calling.
As quoted on the Daily Star website, Ranieri said: “It is important Jamie enjoys here and after I can also understand if he wants to go to find a great club but it would cost a lot.
“If Real Madrid or some big names want to buy him they have the money to buy him.
“The valuation is made by the owners not me.
“Not many teams can buy him now.
“But nobody asks (for) him, he is very happy here and we don’t want to sell him – it is clear.”