Monday, 7 February 2011

Walkers Stadium's revolving door turning again

Jack Hobbs: Shown the door in favour of Bruma?
As the loan window opens once again tomorrow it seems Sven Goran Eriksson has already been busy working to make some changes to his impressive Leicester City squad.

Chelsea centre half Jeffrey Bruma is set to join the Swede's squad on loan from Premier League Chelsea until the end of the season, making him the second Pensioner after fellow Dutchman Patrick van Aanholt joined the Foxes in the January transfer window.

However, making room for Bruma will be a challenge for Eriksson and it seems fans' favourite Jack Hobbs could be the player to be shown the door. Hobbs, 22, has been at the Walkers Stadium for three years having joined on an initial loan deal from Liverpool, under Nigel Pearson in 2008. Now it seems the popular defender will be joining Neil Lennon's Celtic until the end of the season.

Both deals are yet to be confirmed but could go through tomorrow morning.
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