Leicester City boss, Craig Shakespeare, has revealed that no player has approached the club over a possible move away from the club this summer reports, Completesportsnigeria.com.
Ahmed Musa has been a bit part player for the club since the exit of Claudio Ranieri and has since been linked with a summer move away from The Foxes.
Musa has made 20 appearances (seven starts and 13 substitute appearances), and has scored two Premier League goals this term for The Foxes.
In his Wednesday's pre-match press conference, Shakespeare said: "No player has expressed any desire to leave this football club, to me or the owners.
"We just want the 3 points and the prize money will look after itself. The highest we can finish is 8th, so let’s try that.
"Until the club have sat down with Marcin (Wasilewski) it would be unfair for me to say anything on his future."
Leicester City are 11th in the EPL log and will face Tottenham Hotspur in Thursday's penultimate game of the season at the King Power Stadium before battling AFC Bournemouth on Sunday.