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Youri Tielemans contract latest ahead of January transfer window amid Leicester City talks There has been much said about the Leicester City midfielder's future as he continues to impress at the King Power Stadium The January transfer window is fast approaching, which means that rumours and speculation over who may come in at the King Power Stadium has already started. City have already been linked with some new names who Brendan Rodgers is said to be interested in when the window opens. As well as players coming in, there could also be players on their way out of the club. Youri Tielemans is one of the players whose future is up in the air, while a January move for the Belgian is unlikely, a summer move could be possible should he not sign a new contract. City have been in talks with the midfielder for some time, but Tielemans is yet to put pen to paper on a new deal at the King Power Stadium. Should that remain the case, then he will have just one year remaining on his deal in the summer, something which could force City to cash in. With that in mind, here’s the latest on Tielemans’ future at the King Power Stadium and what has been said about contract negotiations... Tielemans 'open to everything' “There is no update really. I’m open to everything,” he told Sky Sports back in September. "The transfer market has just closed. I just try to keep as much options as I can open. “As long as I’m here, I’m going to give everything to the club, I have already done so, but I’m going to give even more. “The contract situation is just something that is going on in football. It’s just a normal situation. There are talks going on. I’m not saying I’m going to sign, but I’m not saying I’m not going to sign.” In a Q&A with fans last month, Leicester City correspondent Jordan Blackwell gave the latest on Tielemans’ future. “I think the longer it goes on, the harder it becomes to convince him to stay, yes. However, I do think it's a case of him biding his time. He knows he is good enough to play at the top level, and he has ambitions to, so why not wait to see if Leicester can get into the Champions League and then maybe sign a new deal,” Leicester City correspondent Jordan Blackwell said in a Q&A with fans last month. “That may not be enough though, as he may still fancy moving to a side that are more likely to be able to offer consistent Champions League football. “The one bonus is that he is happy living in Leicestershire, and happy at City.” 'Cool mix' - Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp reveals what he thinks about Leicester City and Brendan Rodgers City take on Liverpool at Anfield in the Carabao Cup quarter-final on Wednesday night as City look to add more silverware to their collection. Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has backed Leicester City to ‘consistently challenge for honours’ in the coming season, calling them the ‘real deal.’ City travel to Anfield tonight (Wednesday) in the quarter-final of the Carabao Cup as they look to make it to the final four of the competition. Brendan Rodgers ’ side made history last season by lifting the FA Cup for the first time in the club’s history. City have won the Community Shield already this season, but will be looking to add more silverware to their trophy cabinet before the end of the campaign. Writing in his programme notes ahead of the clash at Anfield, Klopp has made his feelings on City under Rodgers clear. “Leicester, under Brendan, are again one of the most adventurous and exciting sides in our league. Honestly, I love watching them play. Less so having to play against them,” he wrote. “Winning the FA Cup last season was a brilliant collective achievement for Leicester of course. But for Brendan and his staff, I could not have been more pleased for them. “Brendan enjoyed incredible success in Scotland with Celtic. Their dominance under him was frightening. I think consolidating that by winning a trophy in England also is a big statement. Their performance in the final outlined why, under Brendan, they are the real deal to consistently challenge for honours.” The Liverpool boss has also praised the development of the club, both on and off the pitch, with a special mention of the fans inside of the King Power Stadium. Harvey Barnes could pose a major threat to Liverpool at Anfield tonight. Leicester City will be looking to repeat their efforts of last year by progressing to the semi-finals of the Carabao Cup. It remains to be seen what sort of team City boss Brendan Rodgers will select for the game as the situation surrounding illness and injuries in the Leicester camp is a little blurred. There has been nothing to suggest Barnes will be unavailable for the game and his selection could cause a headache for Liverpool. Reds boss Jurgen Klopp is a big admirer of the 24-year-old, hailing him "unbelievable" when addressing reporters at a press conference back in February. His comments came before City scored three times in the last 12 minutes of the game to win 3-1 at the King Power Stadium that day. It was Barnes who scored the third and proved Klopp's judgement of him to be correct. "Barnes is probably one of the biggest talents," Klopp said back in February. "I’m not sure if he is respected or appreciated as much as he should be, he is an unbelievable player to be honest, a proper Leicester product." ‘NEW KIDS ON BLOCK CAN KOP A TROPHY’ says the headline in the Daily Mirror, which might have passed unnoticed if the ‘probable teams’ box for their Carabao Cup clash with Leicester just below the headline had not named this team: Alisson (29), Williams (20), Gomez (24), Konate (22), Tsimikas (25), Henderson (31), Morton (19), Oxlade-Chamberlain (28), Minamino (26), Firmino (30), Mane (29). That’s an average age of 25.7, which is somewhat below their Premier League average starting age of 27.5 (which can only be ‘beaten’ by Watford, West Ham and Burnley) but it’s hardly kindergarten stuff. But the Mirror’s David Maddock has a theme of ‘little Liverpool and their little squad’ and he is absolutely sticking to it. ‘LIVERPOOL can compete against the powerful squads of Manchester City and Chelsea even in the current crisis. ‘That is the opinion of Jurgen Klopp’s No. 2 Pep Ljinders…he said the benefit of having a comparatively small squad is the chance it offers younger players.’ If you are going to write ‘comparatively’ then we are going to compare. Strap in. Liverpool have used 25 players in the Premier League this season and 21 of those are 21 or over. Chelsea have used 25 players in the Premier League this season and 25 of those are 21 or over. Manchester City have used 23 players in the Premier League this season and 21 of those are 21 or over. So it would be fair to say that Chelsea have a slightly bigger squad but it would be ridiculous to suggest that Manchester City have a ‘powerful squad’ and Liverpool do not. This narrative of poor little Liverpool giving chances to kids does not hold up against the evidence, particularly as both Chelsea and Manchester City have a lower average age in the Premier League. ‘Leicester will certainly test the qualities of their young players when they face Leicester in the Carabao Cup tonight. ‘With at least four Covid-related absences, they will field several teenagers, including Tyler Morton.’ Will they? Your ‘probable team’ suggests otherwise. Indeed, your ‘probable team’ of wide-eyed kids features nine full internationals, and one of the exceptions is a £36m third-choice central defender whose arrival pushed 20-year-old Rhys Williams on loan to Swansea.