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Manchester United reportedly want James Maddison but Leicester City appear set on keeping their star playmaker.
Manchester United are working on getting in new players for 2020. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking to reinforce the midfield and there are two numbers who are being strongly linked: Jack Grealish of Aston Villa and James Maddison of Leicester, say 'The Independent'.
English media are echoing transfers, contract renewals and possible changes in the bench for several Premier League clubs; the winter transfer market promises to be a busy one.
22 year-old James Maddison has started the season brilliantly at Leicester and has no plans to make the move to Manchester United. He is also still playing for England despite his trip to the casino last October when he was apparently ill.
James Maddison has been on Manchester United's agenda for some time. Leicester know it and intend to hold onto him at all costs. The 'Foxes' are preparing a new contract in order to avoid his possible exit to Old Trafford.
Inter defender Milan Skriniar is reportedly attracting interest from LaLiga duo Barcelona and Real Madrid.
In Saturday's late Premier League game between Leicester City and Arsenal at the King Power stadium, two second-half goals saw Leicester City cruise to second place, as Arsenal are left in despair over the international break!
James Maddison must be focused to cement an England spot, manager Gareth Southgate said.
England manager Gareth Southgate had no issues with recalling James Maddison, despite controversy surrounding the Leicester City star.
Gareth Southgate's latest England squad includes call-ups for James Maddison, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Callum Hudson-Odoi.
Leicester City went into the Premier League record books on Friday with a 9-0 hammering of Southampton that equalled the biggest ever win in the history of the division.
Benjamin Chilwell and James Maddison are on Manchester United's radar, but everything seems to indicate that they will not sign them in the January window. In any case, an offer in the summer of 2020 could work.