Newly promoted Leicester City are aiming to strengthen their squad with some extra experience by targeting former Chelsea winger Florent Malouda, Mirror reports.
Nigel Pearson believes his time with the Blues could come in handy in attempting to keep his side in the Premier League, and most importantly avoid relegation.
The 34-year-old midfielder won the English Premier League, three FA Cups, and the Champions League, during his succesful six year spell at Stamford Bridge.
In addition, he was also voted as Chelsea Players’ Player of the Year in the 2009-2010 campaign and has been receiving a number of offers from various teams looking to add him to their ranks.
Malouda has been playing for Trabzonspor in the Turkish league ever since his move back in 2013, scoring five goals in 19 appearances.
The Foxes’ manager has been looking to reinforce his team in recent weeks and has also targeted Brighton striker Leonardo Ulloa as well as Algerian star Islam Slimani.