The boss reserved praise for Harry Maguire who was subject to interest from United in the transfer window.
"I scored against United in the derby so it was a good experience and I am looking forward to hopefully doing it again". "It would have been a good reward for our play".More news: British pound falls lower against dollar, euro
"It was awesome to see some young players from the Academy play some friendly games without the global players, it's a good feeling for the future of the Club". We gave our best, it was a hard team against a great team.
"We will see what happens in his future but I am happy to keep Harry with us and I'm happy with his attitude in general".
The pair looked in good form in pre-season and it's now down to them to prove to Jose he doesn't need to sign a new centre-back. I think it is going to be a big season for the whole team and we are in good shape now.More news: Torchlight Frontiers announced | PC
"For us it (a Maguire transfer) is not possible. It is not serious".
The Premier League curtain-raiser against United is expected to mark the debuts of the Foxes other major signings of the summer in Jonny Evans and James Maddison with both having recovered from injury.
"Of course it's better, this pre-season, but we have different difficulties after the World Cup".More news: Maurizio Sarri not aiming to repeat Napoli formula at Chelsea
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