Claude Puel reveals Leicester squads reaction to Mahrez return

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Leicester City winger Riyad Mahrez is performing better than ever since ending his 10-day absence from the club, manager Claude Puel said on Wednesday.

Leicester host Sheffield United in the fifth round of the FA Cup on Friday and Puel insists he will play a strong side against the Blades, who are now eighth in the Sky Bet Championship. He has come back, he came in against Manchester City.

The Algeria worldwide had hoped to move to City on transfer deadline day but the move fell through as Leicester valued Mahrez at £95 million but City were only willing to pay £65m.

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Puyel said he expected Leicester fans to give Mahrez a good reception if he plays in the home game against Sheffield United, adding: "I think it was good reception when he came on against Man City".

"He enjoys to play and to train with his teammates".

"For Riyad, he has no need for valentines, he has a good relationship with his teammates", he explained.

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Puel said: "The most important thing is that Riyad came back to the training session, to the game".

"We need to move on, for him he needs to kick on, like the team".

According to Tidesports source, Man City's cash-plus-player offer for Mahrez was worth in the region of £65m, falling well below Leicester's valuation of around £95m for the deal. "I think the fans understand the difficulties to manage this period".

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"It is important now together we need to look forward".

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