Albion shot-stopper wanted as Kasper Schmeichel replacement at Leicester City

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Leicester City are reportedly eyeing up a deal for Robert Sanchez
Leicester City are reportedly eyeing up a deal for Robert Sanchez

ROBERT SANCHEZ has been linked with a move to Leicester City.

The Albion goalkeeper has endured an up and down season but in recent weeks has looked back to his best.

The Foxes have taken notice of this and according to the Telegraph are interested in signing him as a replacement for Kasper Schmeichel.

The Danish shot-stopper is approaching the end of his career at 35-years-old and has started to see his powers start to fade.

Sanchez would provide longevity to the Midlands side as he is 11-years the junior.

The report suggests that Leicester would have to match a huge price tag which will likely be put on the Spaniard's head.

Sanchez has become the firm number one at Albion since he displaced former goalkeeper Matty Ryan at the club.

Since coming in to the side Sanchez has earned his place in the Spanish national team set-up and has even been given the number one shirt in the squad.

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