Leicester City striker Davide Lorenzo has reportedly turned down three moves this month.
According to tuttomercatoweb.com, the 24-year-old has rejected offers from Bradford City, Plymouth Argyleand Stevenage.
Instead, the former Juventusyoungster is determined to remain ‘between the first and second team’ at Leicester until the end of the season.
Lorenzo then aims to return to Italy in the summer and forge a successful career for himself, with the foundations of a route back into Italian football already in place.
The midfielder was handed a trial at Leicester after meeting late owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha whilst working as a waiter in France.