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Harvey Barnes set to hand Leicester fitness boost ahead of new Premier League campaign by completing full pre-season... after missing final three months of action with knee injury which required TWO operations

Harvey Barnes is poised to deliver a boost to Leicester by returning to action in time to complete a full pre-season. The winger missed the last three months of the campaign with a knee problem that required surgery, and then underwent a second operation that ruled him out of the FA Cup final win over Chelsea.
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Leicester to hold talks with FA Cup final hero Youri Tielemans over new contract that would see him become of the Foxes' highest earners with Caglar Soyuncu and Harvey Barnes also in line for new deals

FA Cup hero Youri Tielemans will hold contract talks with Leicester at the end of the season as the Foxes plan another assault on English football’s elite next term. The Belgium midfielder has been Leicester’s best outfield player this season and crowned a superb campaign with a memorable winner at Wembley as Leicester beat Chelsea 1-0 to lift the Cup for the first time in their 137-year history.
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Harvey Barnes: Leicester winger ruled out for rest of season

Leicester City winger Harvey Barnes will miss the rest of the Premier League season in order to have further surgery on his left knee. The 23-year-old has not played since picking up the injury in Leicester's 3-1 defeat against Arsenal in February. He will be unavailable for selection for England...
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Harvey Barnes may have to reinvent himself as a centre-forward

This was not how things were supposed to finish for Harvey Barnes. If last campaign was his breakout season, this was the year that he flirted with being a Premier League superstar. Now, thanks to a knee injury he picked up against Arsenal at the end of February, he could feasibly be forced to watch from the stands as the club he has been at since a youngster wins their first ever FA Cup and secures Champions League football.
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Leicester winger Harvey Barnes out for the rest of the season after setback in his recovery from a knee injury as hopes of a late push for Gareth Southgate's England squad for Euro 2020 are ended

Brendan Rodgers has confirmed Harvey Barnes will miss the rest of the season after suffering a setback in his recovery from a knee injury. Winger Barnes has required a second 'minor operation' after initially damaging his knee in Leicester's defeat against Arsenal in February. He was facing at least six...
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Leicester football stars including James Maddison and Harvey Barnes 'hid in the dark after manager Brendan Rodgers caught them at Covid lockdown-flouting party'

Four Leicester football stars including James Maddison and Harvey Barnes reportedly 'hid in the dark' after they were caught at a lockdown-flouting party by their manager. Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers found out that Maddison, Barnes and Hamza Choudhury were all flouting Covid-19 lockdown rules by attending a house party at their teammate Ayoze Perez's £1.3 million home with around 18 other guests.
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Leicester City injury boost: when Harvey Barnes should return to action

Leicester City have received a possible injury boost, as winger Harvey Barnes should make a return to action in around a month. Quite a few people expected the Foxes to struggle while the England international was injured. In addition, his fellow Three Lions team-mate James Maddison – a No.10 for Leicester who’s made massively significant strides in his output this season, as has Barnes – has also been missing for the east Midlands team of late.
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Harvey Barnes eyeing return from knee injury in time to help Leicester seal a Champions League place and possibly win the FA Cup for the first time in their history

Harvey Barnes is targeting a return to action for Leicester’s season finale even though he faces a race against time to make the FA Cup semi-final against Southampton. The winger, one of the Premier League’s most impressive performers this season, sustained a knee injury in the 3-1 home defeat by Arsenal on February 28 that required surgery, following damage to the patella tendon.
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Caleta-Car for £23m and Harvey Barnes for £35m, says Liverpool.com writer

There’s an article on Liverpool.com in which journalist Josh Williams picks his ideal transfer summer if he was armed with £65m – based on Transfermarkt valuations. He’s gone with Marseille centre-back Duje Caleta-Car for £23m and Harvey Barnes for £35m – thus boosting our defensive depth and also adding an exciting, English winger to the front-three.
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Harvey Barnes injury leaves Leicester down to ‘bare bones’ and their future uncertain

Brendan Rodgers summoned his inner Harry Redknapp. “We are down to the bare bones,” he said and, compared to a manager more associated with that phrase, it felt a statement of fact rather than an excuse or a reason for recruiting more players. Leicester had ended defeat to Arsenal with Ricardo Pereira acting as their third-choice left-back, minus two of the three outstanding centre-backs and shorn of their second- and third-highest scorers.
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Harvey Barnes: Leicester winger needs knee surgery - Brendan Rodgers

Leicester City winger Harvey Barnes needs surgery on a knee injury he suffered during Sunday's defeat by Arsenal, says manager Brendan Rodgers. Barnes, 23, was carried off on a stretcher with his leg in a brace after 51 minutes, as the Foxes were beaten 3-1 at home by the Gunners.