Leicester City have signed agreements with India’s football federation and league champions which will bring top Indian players to the Premier League club.

Leicester, in central England, has the largest Indian population in Britain and the club are ikeen to strengthen ties with the local community.

“As part of a campaign to forge closer links with the Asian community in Leicestershire county and abroad, the Foxes have officially twinned with Indian soccer champions Kingfisher East Bengal FC and signed a partnership agreement with the All India Football Federation,” Leicester said on Wednesday.

“These agreements will open the doors to a wide range of footballing and commercial benefits for all parties and promote the name of Leicester City throughout the Asian subcontinent.”