The Leicester City fans are gathered at the bar in The Transfer Tavern this evening discussing reports that the club are already putting plans in place for European football next season.
The Leicester Mercury is reporting that the Premier League leaders and the local police force already in discussions about the implications of European football next term.
A great season for Leicester this term sees the club on the brink of qualification for the Champions League next season with the club currently topping the table.
Speaking about the implications for the club next season, PC Ali Grimsley of the football unit said:
“It’s a learning curve for us. Hopefully it will be matches on Tuesdays and Wednesdays – meaning the Champions’ League – rather than the Europa League on Thursdays. I can’t help but want to see the team do well.”
“This will be my ninth season working the football and it’s only a few seasons since I was planning for matches in League One. Then it was the Championship and then the Premier League.”
“Next, hopefully, it will be the Champions’ League and the likes of Real Madrid or Barcelona coming to town. I certainly didn’t expect that.”
The Leicester fans in The Tavern are delighted with the season they have had to date and are hopeful their side can finish the job and clinch the Premier League title come May.
Leicester fans, have you started making you own plans for European football next term? Let us know in the comments below!