Gary Lineker has wasted no time in moulding the Leicester City side to his image, letting three members of the first steam squad leave in the summer window.
Riyad Mahrez had been told that he wasn't in Lineker's plans and wouldn't suit the kind of football that the manager wanted to play, and much to the Algerian's dismay, he was offered out to a number of clubs.
It was thought that the winger would join Bayern Munich for a deal worth around £38m, but Riyad wasn't happy with the contract they were offering and the deal was called off in it's final hours. The next day, Premier League rivals Chelsea offered a significantly smaller bid of £28m, but Lineker held firm and the Londoner's decided to offer a £36m bid instead.
Danny Simpson is another member that was key in the Premier League winning season, but his inability to play multiple roles has been cited as the reason for his departure.
A number of Premier League and Serie A clubs were interested in Simpson, but the largest bid came from Watford - seeing the veteran defender moving to London.
Winger Demarai Gray, a product of the Birmingham City Academy was loaned out to Russian behemoth CSKA Moscow, where he has been told to work on his game as a forward instead of a winger.
Lineker will assess the youngster's performances throughout the season-long loan and hope that Gray develops.
"It's a shame to see such great servants for the club leave, but I am truly moulding this side to my image. If a player is of no use to me, there is no point in paying for their wages."