Leicester defender Robert Huth to leave the club at the end of the season
- Robert Huth set to call time on three and a half years as a Leicester City player
- The 33-year-old is out of contract in the summer and won’t be offered a new deal
- Defender played a pivotal role in Premier League win and Champions League run
Spencer Morgan For Mailonline
Leicester defender Robert Huth is set to leave the club at the end of the season.
The 33-year-old centre-half is out of contract in the summer and will not be offered a new deal.
Huth has been unable to play this season due to ongoing ankle and foot injuries.
Leicester have announced that Robert Huth will be leaving the club at the end of the season
The defender has been unable to play this season due to ongoing ankle and foot injuries
‘It is a great shame that I have been unable to call on Robert’s experience due to injury this season,’ Leicester boss Claude Puel told the club’s official website.
‘he is a fantastic man and is always a positive influence on the squad and for this I am grateful.’
‘I would like to congratulate him on everything he has achieved as a Leicester City player.’
The defender played a pivotal role in the club’s Premier League win and Champions League run
Huth moved to the King Power Stadium on loan from Hull midway through the 2014/15 season before joining the club on a permanent deal at the end of the campaign.
The defender has scored six goals in 93 appearances and played a key role in the team’s incredible Premier League title scalp in 2016.
Huth will be presented to the Foxes faithful ahead of Wednesday’s home clash with Arsenal, giving supporters the opportunity to thank him directly for his contribution to the Club.