Manchester United are reportedly planning a bid of around £74.7million for the transfer of Leicester City attacking midfielder James Maddison.
The in-form No.10 looks one of the most exceptional up-and-coming talents in Europe in that position, and would certainly be a great asset to this struggling Red Devils side.
It’s little wonder then that Don Balon report that Manchester United seem to be preparing to offer big money to sign James Maddison this summer in what sounds like a big possible shake-up in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s squad.
The England international playmaker looks precisely what United need as a long-term replacement for struggling attacking midfielders like Jesse Lingard and the ageing Juan Mata.
Don Balon also link the Red Devils with interest in Aston Villa playmaker Jack Grealish, a similar player who could also majorly improve this side that has lacked spark in the final third all campaign.
Manchester United also raided Leicester for star defender Harry Maguire last summer, so it remains to be seen if the Foxes will be willing to let another of their most important players make a move to Manchester again so quickly.