Andy King set to leave Leicester City after 16 years as midfielder agrees loan move to Huddersfield Town
- The midfielder has not started a game for Leicester since 2017
- The 31-year-old has had loan spells at Swansea, Derby and Rangers
- He joined the club’s academy in 2004 and made 379 senior appearances
Leicester City midfielder Andy King has agreed to join Huddersfield Town on loan.
The midfielder, who has spent his entire career at the Foxes after joining the club’s academy in 2004, is out of contract in the summer.
King, 31, who has not started a game for Leicester since 2017, spent the past two seasons on loan at Swansea, Derby and Rangers.
Leicester City midfielder Andy King, 31, has agreed to join Huddersfield Town on loan
He won the Premier League, League One and Championship titles with the Foxes and has made a total of 379 senior appearances at the King Power.
Huddersfield have already signed defender Richard Stearman on a free transfer from Sheffield United and Arsenal midfielder Emile Smith Rowe on loan.
Leicester remain in the market for a centre back on loan with Filip Benkovic a target for Derby County.