Reports of Leicester having a third bid for Troy Deeney rejected are false, according to Sky Sports.
Recent reports have claimed that Leicester put a £10m bid down for Deeney, rising to £12m.
However Sky Sports have revealed that the Foxes on tabled one bid of £6.5m which was rejected by Watford.
Deeney has been hot property this summer, with lots of clubs linked with a move for the forward this summer, including Premier League outfits QPR and Burnley.
Hull City are also thought to have been keen to sign the Watford man as a long term replacement for Shane Long.
There are also reports that the striker is growing increasingly frustrated with the Hornets due to their view on a Deeney move in the future to another club, feeling they are asking for too much and turning club’s interests away from him.
Deeney is understood to have wanted his future sorted within the next week or he may be forced into handing a transfer request at the Vicarage Road side.