Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy
Wednesday, March 23, 2016
Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy has revealed that he has been talking to a selection of Tottenham’s players whilst on international duty with England.
The Foxes star is currently away with the Three Lions, taking a break from leading the line for the Premier League leaders.
After 31 games, Leicester currently sit top of the table, having picked up 66 points.
Closest rivals Tottenham are on 61 points from the same number of games, and it is expected that it will be these two clubs fighting it out for the title come the end of the campaign.
Vardy is joined in the England squad by a host of the Spurs squad, and given their rivalry at club level, it would not be a surprise to see some back-and-forth between the Tottenham and Leicester contingent.
However, Vardy has revealed that, whilst the players have talked, they have avoided any discussion about club football and the title race.
The Premier League record setting striker said: “We have had a chat but not about anything football-wise. We have been talking about England and Call of Duty.
“We have not all played on it together yet, but I got informed earlier that one of the lads just camps in a corner and waits for someone to run past him so he can get him.”
England take on Germany this weekend and the Netherlands on Tuesday, as Roy Hodgson continues preparations for the European Championships in France this summer.