Long-serving Andy King to leave Leicester

Andy King will end his 16-year collaboration with Leicester at the end of the current Premier League season.
The 31-year-old's Foxes contract expires this summer and he will officially leave the club as soon as he has completed his current loan period at Huddersfield in the championship.
King, who joined the club's academy at the age of 16, has made 378 appearances for the club in competitions from the EFL Trophy to the Champions League and was part of his Premier League title win in the 2015/16 season.
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Leicester chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha said: "I am so grateful to Andy. He is the only player who was still here when King Power took over over 10 years ago.
"He's been through everything with us and he's an amazing guy. He was an important part of what the club did at that time and earned the respect of so many people."
Leicester has signed new one-year contracts with club captains Wes Morgan, Christian Fuchs and Eldin Jakupovic.
Leicester captain Morgan is entering his 10th season at King Power Stadium and the title winner has an extended contract until June 2021, as has fan favorite Fuchs and reserve goalkeeper Jakupovic.

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