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Ghanaian midfielder Daniel Amartey could move on loan from Leicester City in the impending January transfer window.
According to a report by the Sun Newspaper, Leicester City are planning a January clear out with the likes of Ahmed Musa, Yohan Benalouane, Daniel Amartey and Leonardo Ulloa all set to leave.
Puel is said to be unhappy with the output of these players and wants to free them and bring new materials in order to revive the dwinding fortunes of the club.
Amartey was signed by the Foxes from FC Copenhagen to fill the void left by N’golo Kante but the Ghanaian has not been up to task making Leicester to bring in Wilfried N’Didi last January.
The Ghanaian has further fallen down the pecking order with the arrival of Vicente Iborra and the return of Matty James, who was on loan at Barnsley last season.
Some German clubs are said to be interested in Amartey who has featured just once in in fourteen league games this season.
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