Leonardo Ulloa has become the latest Premier League player to go on strike from his club after taking to Twitter to say he will never play for Leicester City again.
Just as the Dimitry Payet saga ended, another appeared to be brewing with Ulloa sending the following Tweet on Saturday evening.
Thanks to all the fans at LCFC. Two wonderful years but I need to feel like a footballer again.
— Jose Leonardo Ulloa (@Ciclone1923) January 28, 2017
This got fans talking with many asking where the striker was going, however, the former Brighton man dropped a bombshell on Monday afternoon as he stated he feels betrayed by Claudio Ranieri and let down by the club, adding that he will never play for them again.
With all respect for LCFC FANS.
I feel betrayed by Ranieri and let down by the club. I will not play again for them…
— Jose Leonardo Ulloa (@Ciclone1923) January 30, 2017
Ulloa’s frustrations seem to have come about after Leicester rejected a £7 million bid from Sunderland over the weekend with David Moyes keen to add the 30-year-old to his side.
The striker has only made two starts for Leicester’s first team this season finding the net just once during a 2-2 draw wit Stoke City in December.
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