League Cup: Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy fit to play against Sheffield United, says Craig Shakespeare
'Jamie trained this morning okay,' Shakespeare told the club's website on Monday.
Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy has recovered from a foot injury and is fit to travel with the team to Sheffield United for their second round League Cup match on Tuesday, manager Craig Shakespeare has said.
Vardy was substituted in the closing stages of last Saturday's 2-0 win over Brighton and Hove Albion in the Premier League. Shakespeare said the 30-year-old trained on Monday and will feature against the Championship side.
"Jamie trained this morning okay," Shakespeare told the club's website on Monday. "He was a bit sore yesterday, but he was okay to train today."
"He is okay and will be involved tomorrow. At what length, we will have to wait and see. I plan to make changes."
Shakespeare also said midfielder Nampalys Mendy, who sustained an ankle injury in March, could play at Bramall Lane.
Defenders Robert Huth (ankle) and Wes Morgan (back), midfielders Danny Drinkwater (thigh)and Vicente Iborra (groin) and forward Kelechi Iheanacho (toe) have been ruled out of Tuesday's match as they recover from their respective injuries.
Leicester travel to Manchester United in their next league match on Saturday.
Following Mane's brief substitute appearance, Klopp approached him at the final whistle to celebrate a crucial victory in the race to qualify for the Champions League.
City will clinch the title if they win at Crystal Palace on Saturday and second-placed Manchester United lose against Liverpool on Sunday.
The Foxes are aiming to win the FA Cup for the first time in their first final appearance since 1969.