Foxes coach cautious on new faces

19 August 2010 05:42
Leicester City assistant coach Bruno Oliveira says the club will not make wholesale changes to the squad even if the new owners make funds available.Paulo Sousa's side have reportedly been handed a £10m transfer kitty by the new Thai owners, The King Power Group. [LNB]"We are excited of course but we don't want to make it a huge thing," Oliveria told BBC Radio Leicester. "We want to keep our stability in the squad. [LNB]"The team know each other and we want to keep that harmony." [LNB]Last week the Asian Football Investments Consortium took control of the club from Milan Mandaric. [LNB]And the new owners have already been promising to invest heavily in the team to help achieve their goal of playing Premier League football within two years. [LNB]Oliveria added: "Maybe we can bring one or two signings that can add some extra quality to the squad we have but we don't want to make major changes."

Source: BBC_Sport