Patson Daka Remains Unused Sub in Leicester City’s Matches
Zambian striker Patson Daka has once again been left on the bench as an unused substitute in Leicester City’s recent matches. In their Carabao Cup victory over Burton, where Leicester won 2-0 with goals from Nigerian players Kelechi Iheanacho and Ndidi, Daka remained on the sidelines. Similarly, he was not utilized during Leicester City’s 2-1 win against Coventry in the Championship opener.
Despite being linked with moves to Serie A side Roma and Everton, Daka’s lack of playing time has raised questions. Speculation has arisen that the club might be cautious about using him to avoid potential injuries that could jeopardize potential transfer deals.
Since joining Leicester City from Red Bull Salzburg, the 24-year-old striker has struggled to secure a consistent spot in the starting lineup. His situation has prompted observers to suggest that the club may be reluctant to risk his participation in matches.
Leicester City is set to face Huddersfield in their upcoming Championship match this Saturday. Daka’s involvement in the game remains uncertain, leaving fans and analysts curious about his role and the ongoing transfer speculation.