Manchester United have been advised to pursue a big-money move for Leicester City midfielder James Maddison once they have sealed the transfer of Bruno Fernandes from Sporting Lisbon.
Bruno Fernandes is close to becoming the first signing of this January winter window and an official announcement of his transfer from Sporting Lisbon to Manchester United is expected this weekend.
Manchester United have been told to go after Leicester City star James Maddison by former player Louis Saha who’s a former teammate of manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
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Louis Saha talked about James Maddison and Manchester United in one of his latest interviews with a betting company as monitored by the Daily Express.
Leicester City have always maintained that James Maddison is not for sale and a move to Manchester United is more likely in the summer than during this January winter transfer market.
For now, the attention of Manchester United is on Sporting Lisbon midfielder Bruno Fernandes whom they hope to sign before the end of this week.
Sporting Lisbon and Manchester United have been in negotiations for days over the transfer fee that works for both parties.
The player has already agreed a salary with Manchester United that will see him earn £150,000 weekly as per The Sun.