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2013 U17 World Cup-Winning Midfielder Must Leave Leicester On Loan To Reach Full Potential

2013 World Cup-winning midfielder Habib Makanjuola joined Leicester City last season after failing to progress through the ranks at Chelsea.

Things haven’t fared any better for the attacking midfielder at the King Power Stadium, no thanks to a work permit issue which has turned him to a mere squad player.

With the Premier League season set to end this weekend, the 20-year-old must start planning on how to bring his career back on track next season.

Leaving the Foxes on a permanent deal might be very difficult because his current contract with the former Premier League champion’s runs till June 2021, but a loan move to other Leagues seem to be the best option for him.

Makanjuola’s progression has been far from impressive and it’s high time he shows the zeal and urge to improve his game by pushing for a loan move to any club where his services will be needed.

A player is expected to be an integral part of any team starting from age 20, this is why leaving King Power Stadium before the start of next season is a must for the midfielder.

If Victor Osimhen is scoring for Sporting Charleroi, and Samuel Chukwueze is rated as the 12th most expensive U20 player in the world, then Makanjuola must wake up to face the truth that he needs to stop being inactive all in the name of paperwork as soon as possible.

A move to Jupiler Pro League (Belgium), Eredivisie (Netherlands) or Bundesliga (Germany) won’t be a bad idea as long as he finds a club where game time is guaranteed.

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