‘Betrayed’ Ulloa vows never to play for Leicester again

Leonardo Ulloa

Leonardo Ulloa scored 6 goals final deteriorate as Leicester won a Premier League

Leicester brazen Leonardo Ulloa has vowed never to play for a bar again and says he feels “betrayed” by Foxes manager Claudio Ranieri.

The 30-year-old assimilated from Brighton in 2014 though handed in a send ask this month and said on amicable media he had been “let down by a club”.

Leicester have reportedly rejected a bid from Sunderland with Ranieri observant he does not wish to sell a striker.

Ulloa has started usually one joining compare this deteriorate and has scored one goal.


The Argentine, who has 18 months left on his contract, started 7 joining games final deteriorate as Leicester won a Premier League for a initial time.

In an talk with Sky Sports, he said: “I am unhappy about a stream conditions since it’s been dual smashing years here.

“But now in my situation, with me not being partial of a plans, we feel that a best approach brazen is that we leave and we can be happy somewhere else.

“The manager has been revelation me for a final 3 months that if an offer of £4m or £5m was nearing he would assistance me to leave.

“My bargain is that there are offers bigger than that that are not being considered. Today he tells me he wants me to stay. If we stay during a bar it’s going to impact my destiny and my career.”

The Leicester website pronounced Ulloa would not be accessible for Tuesday’s joining compare during Burnley (19:45 GMT kick-off) since of injury.


Thirty 3 of Ulloa’s 41 joining appearances for Leicester over a past dual seasons have been as a substitute

‘Of march he’s not happy and we know him’

Ulloa assimilated Brighton from Spanish side Almeria in Jan 2013 and scored 26 goals in 58 appearances in all competitions before he became Leicester’s record signing, relocating for £8m on a four-year deal.

He started 29 joining games in his initial deteriorate with a Foxes, scoring 11 times, and combined 6 some-more goals in final season’s title-winning campaign.

However, a attainment of Islam Slimani for a price believed to be a club-record £29m has singular his chances.

Ranieri said: “We don’t wish to sell him. Also we don’t wish to since we have only Slimani as a aim male and we need another aim man.

“I wish Leo here and we wish he can be ease and know my position. Of march he’s not happy and we know him.

“The bar know my thought really good and also Leo knows really good my idea. He is a illusory player, a illusory male and we trust in him.”