While speaking to Don Robbie YouTube channel, transfer expert Fabrizio Romano said that it won't be easy for Leicester City attacking midfielder James Madison to join Arsenal this summer claiming that the deal is complicated.
Fabrizio Romano reveals that Arsenal can go for Real Madrid playmaker Martin Ordegaad who is available for a cheaper price rather than meeting the Foxes demand of around £60 - 70 million for the England international in this summer transfer window.
"If Arsenal go for Martin Ordegaad, it won't be for this money. It won't be £70 - £60 million. It'll be less than this."
According to him, the asking price which Leicester City are demanding for the star will make it difficult for Arsenal to agree with, adding that the English club are not desperate to let James Madison leave this summer.
"Leicester are not desperate to sell the player. They want to keep the player and they are to fight to keep the player."
Arsenal are keen to sign the creative midfielder this summer and reports reveal that the club is open to offer the 24 year old £200,000 weekly wages when he switch to the North London.
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