Striker Josh Eppiah Signs New Deal Ahead Of OH Leuven Loan

Development Squad striker Josh Eppiah has signed a new three-year contract with Leicester City ahead of a season-long loan deal with Jupiler Pro League side OH Leuven, subject to international clearance.
Josh Eppiah

- Youngster Josh Eppiah pens new three-year contract with Leicester City
- The 21-year-old will also join Belgian top-flight side OH Leuven on loan
- Belgian forward scored six times in all competitions for the Development Squad last term
- Foxes Academy graduate won the Club’s Goal of the Month award in October 2019

The 21-year-old scored six times in all competitions for the Development Squad last season, and will now continue his progress in his native Belgium with an OHL side who sit in seventh place in the top tier following promotion in 2019/20.

The Foxes Academy graduate won the Club’s Goal of the Month award in October 2019 after hitting a stunning 25-yard winner against Grimsby Town in the EFL Trophy.

Eppiah, who was called up to the Belgium Under-21s squad for a 4-1 win over Germany at King Power at Den Dreef Stadium earlier this month, will now link up with fellow City’s loanees Daniel Iversen and Kamal Sowah in Leuven.

The newly-promoted Belgian side currently sit 10th in the table after impressive victories over Waasland-Beveren and Standard Liège in recent weeks and are next in action when they travel to KAA Gent on Saturday 26 September.

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