James Maddison could look to renew his contract at Leicester City this summer despite interest from Manchester United, according to reports.
Leicester currently occupy second position in the Premier League table with United recently pulling themselves up to seventh under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The gap in terms of league positioning is unlikely to put United off making a bid for the England international with most clubs failing to match their financial muscle.
The 22-year-old could wait until the season is over to have a look at his options and decide his future with United sources telling the MEN that Maddison will be the ‘perfect age to recruit’ when he turns 23 later this month.
Harry Maguire’s relationship with Maddison has ‘further emboldened’ United with the club hoping the presence of the centre-back at Old Trafford can persuade Maddison to join.