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Liverpool target Youri Tielemans drops cryptic transfer hint amid Leicester contract talks

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Leicester City midfielder Youri Tielemans has declared that he is yet to make a decision on whether to extend his current deal at the King Power Stadium.

Talks are underway to see Tielemans commit his long-term future to Leicester.

The 24-year-old made 51 appearances in all competitions last season and scored the decisive goal that saw Leicester lift the FA Cup in the final back in May. His strong form with the Foxes earned links to a number of the Premier League's biggest clubs, including Manchester United and Liverpool.

The Reds were heavily tipped to launch a move for Tielemans during the summer window to replace Georginio Wijnaldum, who joined Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer at the end of last season.

It has been suggested that Jurgen Klopp could revisit the possibility of landing Tielemans when next summer rolls around, with the player admitting that he is stalling over a new contract at Leicester in an interview with Sky Sports.

"The contract situation is just something that is going on in football, it's a normal situation. There are talks going on."

Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers recently admitted that he is confident that Tielemans will eventually sign on with the Foxes, declaring that he would love to maintain their successful working relationship for as long as possible.

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