Jamie Vardy can leave Leicester to join another Champions League club for £20million this summer, according to reports.
The Foxes star is one of the hottest strikers in Europe after scoring 24 Premier League goals to help his side secure a stunning title success.
The 29-year-old, who was playing non-league football only four years ago, has also forced his way into the England team and is set for a key role at Euro 2016.
Leicester are desperate to keep hold of the hitman as they prepare for their first season in the Champions League and Vardy is keen to remain at the club.
But Claudio Ranieri fears he could be tempted to move on if a massive club come calling.
According to the Daily Mail, Vardy had a clause inserted in the new contract he signed in February allowing him to join a Champions League team for just £20m.
Manchester City are among a host of clubs that have been eyeing Vardy and the Premier League giants could now be ready to make a move.