Leicester have pulled off a surprising coup by signing the former Internazionale and Argentina midfielder Esteban Cambiasso on a 12-month deal. The 34-year-old had been without a club since being released by the Italian giants over the summer, ending a decade-long spell at the San Siro in which he helped Inter win several trophies.
He made 52 appearances for Argentina, scoring five times, before retiring from international duty in 2011, although it is with Inter where he excelled. He was integral to the treble-winning side of 2010, where Inter lifted the Serie A, Coppa Italia and Champions League, while he made more than 300 appearances after moving to Italy from Real Madrid in 2004.
However, he was deemed surplus to requirements at Inter over the summer, despite making 32 Serie A appearances last season, leaving along with his fellow veterans Javier Zanetti, Walter Samuel and Diego Milito.