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Instability at Leicester has impacted start to season – Brendan Rodgers

Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers admits the lack of stability has hit the Foxes' season already.

They are bottom of the Premier League after four games ahead of Thursday's visit of Manchester United.

They are poised to sell Wesley Fofana to Chelsea for around £70m after a transfer saga which saw the defender fail to turn up for training.

Rodgers said: "Any environment where you can develop has to be stable. Our environment and stability is not there for various reasons. 

"That will change when the window closes but this window has been a very challenging one.

"There's no question about that. Players who maybe thought they were moving on are not, us hoping to get players in to improve and help and obviously that hasn't been done. Then you have players in the last year of their contract."

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