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Liverpool joins the race to sign Maddison from Leicester City

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Liverpool has reportedly enquired Leicester City for signing James Maddison this summer.

Meanwhile, the Reds have joined the race along with Manchester United, Tottenham and Manchester City for Maddison, who is valued at £60million by his club, Leicester City.

Red's have joined the race to sign James Maddison
Red’s have joined the race to sign James Maddison

All the Premier clubs are in the queue for signing Maddison, but Leicester has said that they will sell the attacking midfielder only to the club which is willing to meet their mentioned price.

Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers does not want to lose Maddison; however, the English international’s contract at the King Power Stadium runs until 2023.

Maddison is one of the most promising English talents in the Premier League and has made 38 appearances for Leicester in across all the competitions last season.

He has scored seven times and provided seven key assists in his 36 appearances for the club this season.

Jurgen Klopp has been very much impressed with Maddison and is keeping a tab on the situation of the player.

Maddison earned plenty of applauds for his performance this season and was termed as “incredible” by City boss Pep Guardiola after City’s 1-0 win over Norwich City last month.

“They’re so dangerous, Maddison is an incredible player, Tielemans too. They want to play. I just didn’t expect them to defend so deep. It was tough to attack them,” Guardiola said after the match.

–via manchestereveningnews

With all the big clubs after his signature, it would be interesting to see where Maddison will ply his trade next season.

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