Newly promoted Leicester City are preparing a fourth bid for Brighton’s Argentinian striker Leonardo Ulloa, reports The Sun.
The Foxes have already had three bids turned down by the south coast club who are believed to be holding out for around £7million for the 27-year-old.
The striker joined Brighton in January 2012 for £2million, signing a four and a half year deal with the club. He has been attracting attention from Leicester throughout the summer and it seems the Sky Bet Championship winners are readying an improved offer for Ulloa.
Leicester manager Nigel Pearson has already had three bids turned down, the latest believed to be around £4million. Ulloa has scored 26 goals in 58 appearances since his move to the Amex Stadium from Almeria.