Riyad Mahrez rejoins Leicester after self-imposed exile following failed move to City

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Riyad Mahrez has returned to Leicester City training following his failed move to Manchester City, the club have confirmed.

Forward Shinji Okazaki faces a two-week absence with a knee injury.

"So, I think the natural outcome is that he will have his [new] contract and he will be a Manchester United player for years".

"Riyad remains a greatly valued member of Claude Puel's squad and is focused, together with his teammates, on achieving further success", Leicester said.

"I think it is important always to keep a clear and a good focus on our play - not have bad feelings about revenge or other things".

And, while City will host Leicester on Saturday evening, Mahrez will play no part in the fixture.

"For Mahrez I'm guessing that's the pinnacle for his type of player and the way that he wants to play football".

The Algeria worldwide emerged as a late target for Pep Guardiola's side during the January transfer window as the Premier League leaders looked to replace the injured Leroy Sane.

Farrell was involved once more as England breached the Welsh in the 20th, finding lock Joe Launchbury out wide before he flicked a deft pass inside for May to grab his second score.

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Excitement coursed around the Emirates last weekend as Arsenal's club-record signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored on his debut and Henrikh Mkhitaryan conjured three assists in a 5-1 demolition of Everton.

'It was the first time in my life and an exception. However, Manchester United have the financial wherewithal to even blow City out of the water, like they did for Alexis Sanchez - so this could very well happen.

Jamie Vardy loves a goal against Manchester City.

The former PFA Footballer of the Year was said to be depressed after the Foxes refused to budge on their £80m valuation.

Leicester City will feel there's no better time to be playing Manchester City, as their busy winter schedule seems to be taking its toll.

Their only two league victories in nine attempts came at home to Huddersfield and Watford.

Leicester have lost their last nine league fixtures against sides that started the day top of the league, scoring three goals and conceding 20.

"My example is words; the players' examples are the facts and one of the best players we have is the guy who runs the most and fights the most".