Jamie Vardy spotted taunting Swansea fans as he was being substituted, he's something else
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Leicester City striker and chief wind-up merchant Jamie Vardy was spotted taunting the Swansea fans during Saturday's clash on the Welsh coast.
It has been another mischievous month for the former England international, who recently ran the length of the pitch to celebrate in front of Bristol City supporters, who were reportedly singing uncomplimentary songs about his wife throughout.
And a couple of weeks later, Vardy turned up on stage at BBC Radio 2's two-day 'In The Park' festival to poke fun at Spurs – a moment that was met with a chorus of boos.
The 36-year-old Premier League winner has certainly made a habit of winding up opposition supporters and it continued at the weekend, when he could be seen taking a bow to thousands of Swansea City fans after once again being targeted by chants.
Check out that moment below, via Leicester City content creator The Final Whistle.
Vardy, who has scored five goals in all competitions this season, is in the final year of his contract at the King Power.
Former Foxes striker Alan Smith believes this could be his final season in the famous blue.
"They’ve [Leicester] had a brilliant start to life in The Championship," he told Lord Ping. "They’ve got that Premier League experience and they added to that with the additions of Harry Winks and Conor Coady.
"Jamie Vardy has still got something in him. He struggled last year in the Premier League, but coming down to the Championship, he probably thinks that this could be his last season and he looks like he has that fire in him again."
Vardy is believed to have turned down a lucrative move to Saudi Arabia in the summer, according to reports.
He received a proposal from Al Khaleej FC, who finished 14th out of 16 in the Saudi Pro League last term, but Vardy felt life in Saudi would not suit his family, even with the hefty salary on offer.
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