Danny Mills thinks Leicester City midfielder James Maddison could cost interested clubs ‘more than £60million’.
Maddison had a brilliant season for the Foxes following a move from Norwich City last summer, scoring seven times and providing seven assists for his team-mates in 38 appearances in all competitions.
Christian Eriksen looks likely to leave Spurs this summer after insisting that he wants a new challenge.
Mills thinks Maddison would be a “good replacement” for Eriksen but has warned interested parties that the playmaker could cost more than the reported £60million fee.
“Leicester will have a price for Maddison and I think he’ll be more than £60million, as they know Tottenham will be looking to replace Eriksen,” Mills told Football Insider.
“He would be a good replacement but he is young, unproven and would take a couple of years to get to the consistency levels of Eriksen.
“Tottenham might not have a choice in needing him, as they have their hands tied if Christian Eriksen goes.”