Leicester’s boss Brendan Rodgers is addressing the rumours surrounding the possibility of James Maddison’s exit from the club. The manager admits that, should a really high bid come in for the midfielder, there would be nothing he could do to stop the transfer, Mirror reports.
The Foxes’ coach would really like to keep the 22-year-old at the King Power Stadium, but he acknowledges that such offers can be tempting for a player. Rodgers said that Maddison is one of the young players he would like to keep, but said he knows how the market works and is being realistic. However, selling Maddison is not an idea he wants to entertain and he doesn’t wish to invite any offers.
It has been reported recently that Manchester United’s boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was interested in making an offer for the young Englishman this past summer, but having already swooped Harry Maguire from the Foxes he was aware Leicester would not want to part with two of their valuable players.
Taking into account this, however, it seems that Maddison might be changing his shirts as soon as a really high bidder comes along.
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