Leicester manager Paulo Sousa has revealed that some players want to leave the club.
The Portuguese refused to identify the unsettled players, but one is thought to be Blackpool target DJ Campbell.
"We have some who have asked to go but not too many," said Sousa. "It means we have some good players and other clubs are interested in them. Depending on offers and the minds of the players, we will make decisions but we will keep it in-house.
"Players get unsettled when their agents start to tell them about other possibilities. Also, when there is a new manager and they have been first choice for another manager with a different kind of football, everyone starts in a little bit of doubt.
"From the start I said every player is important but not indispensable. The market is always open and we need to make our decisions."
Meanwhile, Dutch defender Randel Shakison has been released following a recent trial.