Leicester, Ihenacho arrives in Poland but is deported back to the United Kingdom: he leaves the Europa League

In the next few hours, Leicester will face Legia Warsaw in the second match of Group C of the Europa League. Fox went to the Polish capital, but he already suffered a minor inconvenience. the club would really do without Kelechi Ihanacho. The attacker was stopped at the airport and deported back to the UK due to a problem with his passport.

Ihenacho arrives in Poland but is deported back to the United Kingdom: he leaves the Europa League

The Leicester City player was stopped at Chopin airport on his arrival in Poland. Polish authorities found that there were discrepancies in his passport and the documents provided and he was not allowed to enter the country. Controlling officers couldn’t help but send it back to the UK. Therefore, Fox had to say goodbye to his teammate, who would not be able to participate in the Europa League match. The Nigerian has returned to England and will have to follow the game from his home.

Coach Brendan Rodgers spoke about the matter in a press conference, shedding light and clarity on the matter. The 48-year-old also revealed all his disappointment. Iheanacho actually had to be among the players on the pitch. His words are taken from The Mirror: Kelechi us. had a problem withTherefore, the documents coming to their country are not sufficient. unfortunately Ihanacho He is not available to play which is a shame as he must have played the game. The paperwork didn’t let them enter the country, which is a shame. We’ll have to see when we return.”

Leicester are looking for their first Europa League win of the season after a 2-2 draw with Napoli at the King Power Stadium on match day. The East Midlands team scored two goals from the Neapolitans in the second half and remained in the 10th after dismissing midfielder Wilfried Nadidi in the 93rd minute. Legia, on the other hand, beat Spartak Moscow 1-0 away from home in injury time, but the 15-time Polish champions have lost four of their first seven league games this season.

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