Leicester City are apparently willing to accept offers for James Maddison, and the Foxes are said to have selected a potential replacement.
Every realistic and true Leicester fan wants Maddison to reclaim his once electrifying Foxes form; whether that is possible is another question. A run of 14 goal involvements in 16 matches during one uninterrupted period – a rare constant with the England international – last season cemented him as a staple star in Leicestershire.
Since then, Maddison has clearly lost faith from Three Lions manager Gareth Southgate, along with his place in his country’s team. There are many choices ahead of the former Norwich City man now; injuries and reoccurrences can be partially blamed. Though the player must focus on his profession on and off the field to succeed at the level he wants: the world’s best or in and around the elite echelon.
If rumours and reports are to be believed, Leicester would be open to accepting the correct offer or a fair amount for the No.10. Arsenal were most likely interested in the summer, yet eventually settled for the arguably lesser talented and lower priced Martin Odegaard.
Now talk of a move has surfaced again following more poor displays from ‘Madders’. In fact, The Sun suggests Leicester have identified a prospective replacement for the Fox in Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard.
Leicester City eye Poland international striker
A bit of transfer speculation for you now, as it has been suggest that the east Midlands team had scouts in attendance when England faced Poland in the two sides’ recent World Cup qualifier.
Leicester Mercury picked up a story concerning the Foxes targeting attacker Adam Buksa. The claims are said to have originated from Polish football expert Ryan Hubbard, who appeared on TVP Sport in the European nation.