Leicester City could be willing to allow James Maddison to depart the club this summer, even if they are able to retain their Premier League status, according to the Telegraph.
The 26-year-old has been one of the standout players for the Foxes in this difficult season, and they could be willing to allow him to leave the club this summer if their transfer price is matched.
Man United among clubs chasing James Maddison transfer
Man United are among the clubs monitoring the situation at the King Power Stadium, with Newcastle and Tottenham Hotspur also among the teams interested in making a move.
Maddison has been one of the standout players for Leicester this term, as he has scored nine goals and registered seven assists in 25 league outings. However, the Foxes still find themselves battling for their Premier League status, as they sit in the bottom three places.
The attacking midfielder’s performances saw him rewarded with an England call-up for the World Cup, and he could be set to be a key player for the Three Lions in next summer’s EUROs.