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Leicester complete 175m Victor Kristiansen transfeas Denmark

 

VICTOR KRISTIANSEN will watch his new Leicester City teammates for the first time against Brighton this weekend after confessing his move was: a no-brainer.

The 20-year-old left-back becameBrendan Rodgers first signing of the January window after snapping up the Danish Under-21 star from FC Copenhagen on a five-and-a-half year deal.

Leicester, currently 15th in the Prem, will pay an initial 12.25million which could rise to 17.5million with add-ons.

However, the deal was not pushed through in time to meet yesterdays noon deadline, ruling Kristiansen out of a speedy home debut against theSeagulls.

Speaking ,he said: It feels amazing. Its really exciting to be here and Im so excited to meet everyone at the Club, as well as the fans.

ThePremier Leagueis probably the best league in the world, and Leicester is a top team, so of course, I was excited.

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It was a no-brainer for me to say yes to this great opportunity.

Kristiansen is actually 18 months younger than Leicesters current left-back Luke Thomas, but has made more than 70 appearances for the Danish champions, including 24 this season.

Rodgers welcomed the move as he looks to create more competition within his squad, after losing a pair of left-backs,Ryan Bertrandand James Justin as well as right-backRicardo Pereirato injury.

The Foxes will be hoping he can help turn the sides current slump around.

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Leicester City have not won a game since before the World Cup.

This worrying slip has seen them fall back into the relegation battle as they sit only two points above the drop zone.

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