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Leicester City vs Man City live stream: can the Foxes start the season with an upset?
The Premier League gets underway in just over a week’s time but not before the traditional curtain raiser takes place. Last seasons FA Cup winners, Leicester City, head back to Wembley to face the might of Manchester City. With new season preparations well underway, who will take the first piece of silverware? Kick-off is at 17.15 BST (12.30 ET) on Saturday 7th August. Make sure you know how to watch a Leicester City vs Man City free live stream wherever you are.
The hype for the moment is still very much with the transfer business. The Euros have not long finished and players are making their way back to their training grounds, unless your name is Harry Kane. The Community Shield has come too soon for the on-strike Tottenham striker to take part but City’s other big money signing, £100m Jack Grealish, will doubtless be pulling on his boots and his new No.10 shirt.
Date: Saturday 7th August
Leicester: There are occasions where it feels like it is not a summer at the King Power Stadium without a transfer saga involving one of their players and a Premier League rival. On this occasion it is James Maddison, the attacking midfielder who is wanted by Arsenal but priced by the Foxes at nearly $100 million. Though Leicester do not want to lose him it is notable that this year they seem far better placed to weather the loss of a big name with Maddison an important but not critical cog in Brendan Rodgers’ side.

“I haven’t spoken to [Maddison] on it,” said the Leicester boss. “I don’t need to speak around gossip and speculation. If anything ever comes to the club, [director of football] Jon Rudkin will tell me straight away and I will deal with it then.

“There’s been nothing that’s come my way. As far as I’m concerned, we haven’t had anything for James. He’s a very talented player but also in the bigger picture, you’ve seen it, all clubs lose players but for us it’s not something we worry about.”

Manchester City: On the subject of creative English midfielders, City have a new one of their own who may be in line for a first appearance on Saturday. The champions smashed their record transfer to sign Jack Grealish from Aston Villa, a $140 million deal that makes the England international the most expensive Premier League signing of all time.

Pep Guardiola seems entranced by Grealish’s versatility, noting that he could play in the left wing position he occupied for Villa or as a No. 10, central midfielder or even a striker who can excel in the years to come. City believe that the 25-year-old has his best days ahead of him and will be looking for him to light up the biggest stages. What better place to start than Wembley?


Date: Saturday 7th August

Kick-off: 17.15 BST (12.15pm ET)

Venue: Wembley Stadium, UK

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