Pearson expects busy summer
Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson has predicted a busy summer in the transfer market for his club despite new financial regulations.
These new financial fair play regulations, which are supposed to help Championship sides to live within their means, are being phased in over the next three seasons.
Pearson insists that the new rules won't stop the Foxes making some "significant" investments in the squad during the close season, though he did concede the club would not be "throwing cash around."
"We'll be able to do some significant developing of the squad," Pearson said. "Just because I say we will do business, it does not mean it will be a free-for-all with spending, we will always try to bring players in who will give us value for money, not just in the immediate term.
"If we are to spend money on players, they have to be sound investments as well.