Despite a disappointing Euro 2020 campaign with Turkey, he’s now set to receive another chance to shine in England’s top-flight.
Brendan Rodgers brought another young centre-half to the King Power Stadium last summer, as Wesley Fofana joined on a £36.5m deal.
The Frenchman widely impressed in his debut campaign alongside Jonny Evans and Kabak’s international teammate Caglar Soyuncu.
With Evans now 33, it makes sense for the Foxes to introduce more youthful options with the club’s future in mind.
In Fofana, Soyuncu, Evans and Kabak, Rodgers would have four solid primary centre-back options to go into the 2021/22 season.