Leicester City midfielder James Maddison is considering the option of signing a new contract at the club according to the publication from the stables of the Manchester Evening News (MEN).
This is despite the interest of Premier League giants Manchester United in his services.
James Maddison has become a key player for Leicester City as a result of his impressive performances for the Foxes and that has led to the interest of bigger Premier League sides including Manchester United.
The English midfielder is a top transfer target for Manchester United apart from the transfer rumours that linked him with Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur earlier this year.
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Leicester City are keen on extending his contract at the club despite the interest of the biggest sides in England and the player is tilting towards signing the contract.
Earlier reports had claimed that Manchester United will sign James Maddison in the New Year but that is in serious doubt with the recent development as confirmed by MEN.
James Maddison joined Leicester City from Norwich City at the start of last season and the England national team invitee has taken to the Premier League like a duck to water.
He is in his second season at the King Power Stadium.