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The Northern London giants may soon be lured into transfer action with Leicester City as they are reportedly weighing up whether to cash in on James Maddison this summer. The 25-year-old forward will then have just two years left to run on his contract at the King Power Stadium, meaning it may be one of the Foxes' last opportunities to receive a bumper transfer fee.Arsenal 2021 ? ▻ Skills & Goals - YouTube"/>
Arsenal is believed to be monitoring his situation if they can land him at the emirates.Mikel Arteta knows well | Football | Sport | Express.co.uk"/>
Mikel Arteta is very keen to solve his striker dilemma. He lost Aubameyang to Barcelona due to personal conflicts.
However, Leicester's historic reluctance to let go of Maddison has not stopped Arsenal from holding a long-term interest in the creative midfielder. He was believed to be on their radar last summer before the Gunners instead opted for Real Madrid star Martin Odegaard.
But on the other hand, the foxes are seeking funds for the next transfer window and by selling Maddison, they are believed to get 50 million.
Full story at: https://www.express.co.uk/sport/football/1590457/arsenal-news-leicester-city-james-maddison-premier-league-transfer-gossip
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