Leicester sensation Jamie Vardy is well known for his prankster behaviour as he regularly winds up the opposition and their supporters, but it seems that his antics continue within the Leicester camp as one new signing found out.
Vardy has been exceptional since becoming the first £1million non-league signing back in 2012, and has since become a club legend as well as an icon for his journey through the English pyramid.
Although he regularly gets under the skin of rival fans through goal celebrations, you can't help but admire Vardy, and the money and fame hasn't changed the forward who never shy's away from having a laugh.
This is something that Wesley Fofana discovered very early on into his Leicester career.
Fofana signed for Leicester back in 2020 for £36m, and the 20-year-old has become one of the most promising young defenders in the Premier League, although a horror injury is expected to keep him out for most of the current campaign.
The defender joined Leicester from Saint Etienne and life was instantly very different for Fofana, who now had Vardy as a teammate.
Fofana revealed details of his first training session at Leicester, and said: "My 1st training session in Leicester. Vardy comes in two footed and takes me out. He gets up & laughs: "Welcome to England." I said to myself these guys are crazy."
The defender has since settled and won Leicester's young player of the season award following an excellent first year in England, and Fofana has already been linked with a move to Chelsea after just one season in the Premier League.
However, Fofana has left the door open to many potential suitors including Chelsea when asked about what clubs he dreams of playing for.
Fofana said: "There is Marseille, Real Madrid, Barcelona. In the Premier League, Chelsea, Man United, Man City… but you have to work to achieve your dreams. Through work, you can succeed in it all."
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