- Current club: Leicester City
- Date of Birth: 23 November 1996
- Birthplace: Coventry, Coventry, England
- Position: Attacking midfielder
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James Maddison urged to ignore Man Utd transfer links for Leicester stay for two reasons
. “There is no doubt in my mind about that. “If Manchester United or Tottenham come calling then that would be very hard for him to turn
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Manchester United are reportedly planning to make a raid for James Maddison from Leicester City after having previously pursued Harry Maguire from the east Midlands outfit.
Manchester United are reportedly planning to swoop for the services of James Maddison from Leicester City when the season comes to a close.
Though it is an overworked phrase in the modern game, Chelsea and Man Utd are undeniably going through ‘transitional periods’ in the background, having both experienced indifferent starts to 2019/20 under inexperienced managers.
Leicester City attacker James Maddison has opened to the possibility of joining Manchester United in the future after stating that he would like to play at the highest level based on his ability.
Manchester United will reportedly make an approach to sign James Maddison from Leicester City when the transfer window reopens in the New Year.
Leicester City midfielder James Maddison is reportedly keen on holding face-to-face discussions with manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who is eager to sign him for Manchester United.
Manchester United are confident of landing Daniel James as their first summer signing despite the potential competition in the form of AS Monaco in the transfer window.
Manchester United are reportedly leading the race to secure the services of midfielder James Maddison from Leicester City this summer.
Arsenal are understood to have made a formal approach to sign Leicester City's James Maddison, only to be put off by the Foxes' asking price for the midfielder.
Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has reportedly set his sights on pursuing the services of James Maddison from Leicester City.
According to the Daily Express, Arsenal are desperate to make a move for James Maddison of Leicester City and the club are ready to spend £30 million to secure his coveted signature. The young Englishman, formerly of Norwich City, is one of the best talents in the Premier League and has been in good form so far this campaign.
Leicester City midfielder James Maddison has reportedly been earmarked as a probable replacement for Christian Eriksen at Tottenham Hotspur in the summer.
So far Manuel Pellegrini's first season back in the Premier League has been mixed in terms of fortunes, but the Chilean boss has started to show that West Ham can be a force to reckon with yet again. Ahead of this weekend's game against Leicester City - seen by many to be a key battle for both clubs - West Ham will be hoping their out of form defence can put in a solid performance and produce a clean sheet.
Manchester City are close to completing the signing of Leicester City attacker Riyad Mahrez for £65m, The Sun reports.
The opening day of the 2018 World Cup coincided with the announcement of a Pan-American tournament in 2026. With the 2022 World Cup also looming fast, football fans across the world are already looking at a number of emerging talents, all of whom could light up the planet with their skills. What has yet to be decided, however, is whether the players in question should stay where they are or aim for the stars at club level to become England’s next hero.
Southampton have become the latest English club to express an interest in signing midfielder Jack Wilshere from Arsenal this summer.
Leicester City have reportedly beaten Southampton to the services of highly-rated midfielder James Maddison from Norwich City.
Leicester City have been installed as favourites to sign Norwich City's talented midfielder this summer. The Foxes look set to beat Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham in the race to sign England youth international Maddison from the Carrow Road side.
Arsenal are reportedly prepared to sanction the exits of Granit Xhaka and Shkodran Mustafi as part of their summer overhaul which involves the departure of manager Arsene Wenger.
Manchester City and Arsenal have reportedly joined a long list of clubs interested in pursuing the signature of Norwich City midfielder James Maddison.