Wayne Brown has today left Leicester City by mutual consent; the central defender was released by the “Foxes” earlier today as a rift between some of his fellow teammates occurred at the back end of last season. The hard hitting centre back joined Leicester from Hull City back in 2009, he featured 39 times for the club but he failed to appear in any of the play-off games at the end of the season.
Due to an argument with fellow players, on the subject of the General election there were talks that Brown would be released at an earlier date, however only today has Leicester decided to release the 32 year old. Brown though has decided to join Championship rivals Preston North End, following rumours that he was in talks with the “Lilywhites” earlier in the week.
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