Leicester star to stay put amid Arsenal, Man Utd interest
Leicester City will reportedly block the exit of goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel in the summer as he has no buy-out clause in his present contract.
The Denmark international has earned plaudits for his performances despite the Foxes stuttering during the first-half of the season.
Schmeichel has emerged as a potential target for the likes of Arsenal, and Manchester United over the past month, but according to The Mirror, the 30-year-old has been told that he will be needed at the King Power Stadium next season.
The former Manchester City graduate showed his commitment towards the Foxes by penning a fresh four-year deal last summer, and this puts the club at a significant advantage ahead of the summer transfer window.
Leicester City are currently closing in on the top half of the Premier League following a run of five wins under new boss Craig Shakespeare.
The club also have the chance to make progress in the Champions League, should they manage to earn a surprise result against Atletico Madrid in the two-legged quarter-final tie.