Arsenal and Chelsea in a big price battle for one of Leicester City’s best players!

James Maddison is said to be the next player to leave King Power Stadium and rumours are that Chelsea and Arsenal are in a tug of war for the highly rated midfielder.

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Despite missing a number of games last season with injuries, Maddison contributed with a number of assists and goals over the campaign also seeing him as a FA Cup winner in the end.

Among City fans he was probably not seen as the most important but looking at his tallies and records over the season, he really shows that he was probably more involved and influential than probably we would have expected.

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Signed from Norwich City by Claude Puel back in 2018 for a fee of £20million, it looks as grand business by now, and a move to Chelsea or Arsenal could be seen with a transfer fee in the region of £50million when everything is added up and completed.

So will James Maddison make the move away from Leicester City, we are really not sure as the rumours fly regarding Youri Tielemans and Wilfred Ndidi as well, we will not see all of them moving on, that would not happen.

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Brendan Rodgers have options in the area were James Maddison appear and probably looks to strengthen in other parts of the field, and it could be that money from a James Maddison move could be used wisely to invest in other players covering other positions.

Don’t miss out on any stories regarding Leicester City possible transfers in and out and be sure to log on to this website for your daily updates as we are building up towards a busy summer of activity as we feel it could be a number of players coming and going.

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