WANTAWAY Leicester defender Wesley Fofana appeared unmoved after James Maddison broke the deadlock against Southampton as he watched on from the stands.
The 21-year-old was left out of the squad that lost 2-1 to the Saints on Saturday with Brendan Rodgers declaring he wasn't in the "right frame of mind".
French centre-back Fofana has informed the Foxes of his desire to depart amid interest from Chelsea.
He has already agreed personal terms with the Blues, but Thomas Tuchel's side are reluctant to match Leicester's £85million asking price.
With his future in doubt, Fofana was omitted from the matchday squad as he watched his team-mates suffer a second consecutive Premier League defeat from the stands.
Maddison opened the deadlock in exquisite fashion from a free-kick, but a video posted on Twitter from Leicester fan @stulcfc showed Fofana refusing to celebrate.
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Sitting next to his girlfriend, the youngster stayed sitting down as supporters around him rose to their feet.
Captioning the clip, the Foxes fan quipped: "Fofana overjoyed at Maddison’s goal just now."
It could be the last time Fofana is at the King Power Stadium as a Leicester player before the transfer window slams shut on September 1.
Rodgers' men do not play in front of their own supporters until they face Manchester United at the start of next month.
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The Northern Irish gaffer, who also dropped Arsenal target Youri Tielemans for the Saints clash, commented on Fofana after Leicester's defeat.
He said: "In terms of Wesley, it was a young player who is not in the right frame of mind to play at the moment.
"There's a lot going on behind the scenes, which I understand. It's a difficult moment for him.
"He's a good kid who has been great for us while he's been here.
"But you can't afford to be around your team-mates and playing a Premier League game if you're not fully focused."
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