Peter Schmeichel confirms son, Kasper, wants to leave Leicester as Manchester United legend SLAMS Foxes boss

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Peter Schmeichel confirms son, Kasper, wants to leave Leicester as Manchester United legend SLAMS Foxes boss

DAMNING

Schmeichel Sr, 55, says Puel is not getting the best out of the Leicester squad

Peter Schmeichel has slammed Claude Puel’s managerial methods, casting a major doubt on his son’s future at the King Power Stadium.

Kasper Schmeichel, 32, has been with on the Foxes books since 2011, helping them earn promotion to the top flight as well as playing a huge part in the club’s stunning Premier League triumph in 2016.

Peter Schmeichel has hit out at Leicester boss Claude Puel

Puel is under pressure at the King Power Stadium and Schmeichel Sr is not a fan

Puel is under pressure at the King Power Stadium and Schmeichel Sr is not a fan

However, the Danish international has become increasingly frustrated with the club’s struggles this season.

And Schmeichel Sr has been far from impressed at the impact Puel has had at the Premier League outfit, admitting his son wants to move on for a new challenge.

Speaking on beIN Sports, he said: “If you look at it, at Man Utd you’ve got De Gea there, you’ve got Kepa at Chelsea, you’ve got Allisson at Liverpool, you’ve got Ederson at Man City.

“Then what’s the next big club, is that Everton? “Everyone says it’s Everton but they’re 13th in the league. What is the next big club?

“Then you have to go abroad to Europe. I don’t think he wants to do that. I think he loves England too much, I think he likes the Premier League too much, so it’s a difficult one.

CLAUDE PUEL’S PREMIER LEAGUE RECORD

Matches: 93

Wins: 31

Draws: 23

Defeats: 39

Goals for: 116

Goals against: 128

Kasper Schmeichel wants to leave Leicester for a new challenge

Kasper Schmeichel wants to leave Leicester for a new challenge


“Of course he wants to move away and try something bigger and challenge himself like any other football player.”
He continued: “Once they get their act together it’s actually not a bad club.

“They’ve got good players they just don’t have the manager who can get the best out of them.

“Once that is sorted out we will see them in the eight to fifth place where I think they belong.”

Leicester, who lost 3-1 to Spurs at Wembley on Sunday afternoon, currently lie in 12th place in the top flight.




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