- Jamie Vardy, Ahmed Musa, Riyad Mahrez may leave Leicester City this summer.
- Club owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha unhappy with performances of big players
- The Foxes are 15th on the Premier League table table, 6 points above relegation zone
Leicester City are considering the potential sale of English forward Jamie Vardy and Nigerian foward Ahmed Musa at the end of the season.
Sport Witness reports that Foxes chief Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha is unhappy with with performance levels of some of his star players.
It was reported that the Thai is willing to listen to offers for the Englishman as Vardy’s attitude have reached a point were a sale is considered.
NAIJ.com recalls that Vardy, last season's Football Writers Player of the Year winner scored 24 goals enroute to helping his side win an unlikely league title.
The 30 year old English international has had a pretty difficult season thus far but rediscovered his form in recent weeks since the sack of former manager Cladio Raineri.
The Englishman has scored three times in his last four appearances, whilst he also found the net for England in a World Cup qualifying victory over Lithuania.
Ahmed Musa meanwhile has failed to justify his heavy price tag and has lost his place in the side to the likes of Marc Albrighton and Demerai Gray.
Leciester City are now 15th on the table and will face Stoke City by 3pm as they hope to continue with their winning form.