'Okoli is not bad business, but what about Fatawu?'

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We asked for your views on Leicester City's summer transfer business so far, after Caleb Okoli became Steve Cooper's third signing of the window, and whether the Foxes need to strengthen in any other areas before their return to the Premier League.

Here are some of your thoughts:

Alex: I'm fairly happy with the business so far. It is really good that the transfers are being done early and, so far, they have been relatively inexpensive (without knowing the price of Okoli). However, both Okoli and Michael Golding are unproven at this level, so I'm concerned about how they will perform in the Premier League. Only time will tell...

Neil: It is good that we have got our new signings in early so they can blend in with the team.

Wes: These new additions seem to be, from the surface, very good players who are versatile with a lot to offer and capable of future growth.

Ketan: Signing Okoli is not bad business at all, but what is happening with signing Abdul Fatawu?

Kiran: Leicester should now be thinking about selling Patson Daka and Harry Souttar to try to balance the books. They should also try to buy an experienced goalkeeper as a number two to Mads Hermansen.

Ben: My wishlist is another winger, midfielder and striker. I don't mind us not getting a midfielder or a winger, but we really need a striker! If we can get another striker, I will maybe start believing we can survive.