Tottenham and Liverpool ordered to pay £15M for red-hot strike-target

Leicester City are claimed in the Express as having slapped a £15 Million price-tag on in-form striker Jamie Vardy.

The England international has become a national story, having played in the Conference League with Fleetwood Town back in 2012, before earning a move to Championship side Leicester, and helping them to establish themselves as a Premier League team.

Vardy has also managed to earn himself three caps in the England international side, although he is yet to score for England as of yet.

The 28 year-old is now flying high in the English top tier as the top goalscorer in the division, whilst having joined an elite club who have scored in eight consecutive Premier League matches.

Liverpool and Tottenham are believed to be keen on making a move for the striker, whilst Borussia Dortmund, West Brom and even Spanish giants Real Madrid have also been linked with an interest.

The Foxes are now said to have slapped a £15 Million price-tag on his head, in hope of deterring their rivals from making a move.

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