Leicester City on Thursday declared the marking of Nigerian worldwide striker Kelechi Iheanacho from English Premier League rivals Manchester City.
Iheanacho, 20, has marked a five-year bargain at the King Power Stadium with the exchange charge authoritatively undisclosed. Be that as it may, the BBC revealed the expense to be £25 million ($32.8 million).
"It's an awesome marking for us. Kelechi is a gigantically skilled player that has demonstrated an enormous measure of guarantee at each level in which he's played," said Leicester administrator Craig Shakespeare.
Iheanacho turns into the fourth fresh introduction at Leicester amid the nearby season following the acquisitions of midfielder Vicente Iborra from Sevilla and also goalkeeper Eldin Jakupovic and safeguard Harry Maguire from Hull City.
Iheanacho will wear the No 8 shirt and joins kindred Nigeria internationals Wilfred Ndidi and Ahmed Musa at the 2016 Premier League champions.
"It can rest easy and I'm cheerful to be a piece of this group. I know the desire of the group and talking with the director, he let me realize what I have to do –-to enable the group to accomplish what they need. I was persuaded and I'm upbeat to be here," he said.
Iheanacho had marked another agreement with City until 2021 toward the start of last season yet observed his first-group openings at the Etihad Stadium diminished by the entry of Brazil forward Gabriel Jesus in January.
The foundation item still made nine begins and 21 substitute appearances for Pep Guardiola's group last term, scoring nine goals, yet he has now chosen a new beginning.
In complete he scored 21 goals in 64 recreations in all rivalries since making his presentation for City in 2015, while he has scored six objectives in 10 appearances for Nigeria.
Leicester play away to Arsenal in the opening session of the new Premier League season next Friday, August 11.