Former Coventry City youngster George Thomas has been released by Leicester City without playing a single first-team game for the Premier League side.
The midfielder came up through the ranks atthe Sky Bluesand made more than 50 appearances for the club.
He made his debut as a 16-year-old in January 2014 and, most famously, went on to score against Oxford United to help secure the Football League Trophy with a 2-1 victory at Wembley in 2017.
In that season, he netted nine times in 36 matches for Coventry.
Heleft to join the Foxeslater that year, penning a three-year deal, but is now among eight players who will depart when their contracts run out at the end of this month.
Thomas has been an unused substitute for Leicester on three occasions, when Claude Puel was in charge, but failed to make the breakthrough to the senior side.
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He spent last season on loan at Scunthorpe United.
And after captaining the Foxes’ Under-23s in the first half of this term, spent the second half of the campaign on loan at Alan Pardew’s ADO Den Haag, until the 2019-20 term was cut short in the Netherlands.
The 23-year-old now finds himself a free agent and on the lookout for a new club.