Following the performance, Shakespeare told the club's website that he had already seen signs of Iheanacho forming a good partnership with Jamie Vardy. We did a round-robin tournament today and he was on my team. All of which appears realistic on the back of a summer of transfer activity that puts Leicester behind only Manchester City and Manchester United when it comes to net spend.
'What I have seen so far I am really impressed with, ' Shakespeare said. Kapustka has since joined Freiburg on a season-long loan and it is quite conceivable the other three players will also leave before the end of this window.
The African ace has made a decent start to life at City, with a solid display on his debut in a friendly against Borussia Monchengladbach on Saturday before being forced off late on with an injury.
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Shakespeare added: "He's young, he's a good goalscorer, you see that he can link play up, his all-around game". The speculation linking Drinkwater with Chelsea has not gone away and Shakespeare was reluctant to discuss that situation in any depth. "We've got owners that want to keep their best players". We want him to be a nuisance.
Leicester paid Manchester City £25million for a centre-forward with the best minutes per goal ratio of any Premier League player with more than 10 strikes, and Shakespeare hopes he replicates that form at the King Power Stadium.
'You've seen how they linked up, and good players can.