Arsenal and Newcastle to be disappointed, no fear of manic sales of Tielemans and Maddison in January transfer window

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Looking back and seeing what the January transfer window looks like, you will of course not see massive changes in the squad, yet a number of changes could happen, especialy when it comes to fringe players.

James Maddison and Youri Tielemans both had a great momentum in their performances before the World Cup, and it would be a massive surprise to see any of them leave.

We do not know much about what happens at the end of the season. A further table climb and of course good runs in the FA Cup and Carabao Cup could see Leicester going to Europe next season, that will of course be of great importance for the pair of Maddison and Tielemans.

The reason for this situation is that Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers knows the importance of the duo and with them in the team and in form, Rodgers will have the tools to get his team to a better place and also give him hope of an extension of both players contracts.

Leicester do have an infrastructure and training facilities that don’t stay below anyone, and with the examples of Riyad Mahrez, Wesley Fofana, Ben Chilwell and Harry Maguire they might think twice before making their moves out of the club.

Leicester could be lucky with a couple of grand loan moves in January and if that happens and materialize we could be up for a huge boost for this club in the future.

Both players did participate in the World Cup, but probably looks forward to coming back to Premier League action and games coming up. Tielemans and his Belgium never reached their best, not able to get through from the group stages. James Maddison was not involved in games at all, but must be happy to at least be part of this experience.

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