Leicester are reportedly considering offering a contract to Bohs forward, Ali Reghba.
The Herald reports that the teenager was part of the Leicester U23 squad which beat their Brighton counterparts 1-0 on Monday night and that he may now be offered a deal.
Reghba, listed below as a trialist, was originally slated the start the game. However, he was later moved to the bench.
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The Ireland U19 international scored twice on his debut for Bohs back in September as they beat St. Pat's 3-1.
He is also said to interest Middlesbrough and Brentford.
Reghba is currently out of contract with Bohs but they would be due compensation should he depart. Shelbourne, from whom he joined Bohs, would also be due compensation.
The Dubliner, born in Germany to an Irish mother and an Algerian father, was last month listed by Stephen Kenny as one of the League of Ireland players he believes could make an impact for Ireland at U21 level.
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