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Leonardo Ulloa Sensationally Accuses Claudio Ranieri Of Betrayal And Threatens To Go On Strike

Leonardo Ulloa Sensationally Accuses Claudio Ranieri Of Betrayal And Threatens To Go On Strike
By Conor Neville Updated
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Leonardo Ulloa has said he will go on strike if Leicester refuse him permission to leave the club. In the past two years, Ulloa has sent about six tweets. Two of those have been sent in the past few days.

Prior to Ranieri's arrival, Ulloa had been Leicester's main goal threat. Last year, he was a bit-part player as they claimed the League title. This season, he has been used less and has started only one Premier League game, coming off the bench in a further eleven.

On Saturday, he tweeted that he needed to become a footballer again.

And half an hour ago, he send this rather more incendiary tweet threatening to go on strike if he's not allowed leave. He says that Ranieri has "betrayed" him.

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In the past few minutes, he has spoken to Sky Sports News, without the permission of the club, saying that he understands that Sunderland have come in for him.

He told the station that Ranieri had promised he would allow him to leave if a £4 million offer arrived. But though he claims such offers have come in, Ranieri now tells him he wants him to stay. Hence the betrayal tweet.

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He is adamant the current champions of England must allow him to depart. Otherwise, he will be on strike.

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