Premier League giants, Manchester United could be set for sensational transfer in the coming January transfer window with them now said to have revived interest in Leicester City star midfielder, James Maddison in a stunning transfer development.
Maddison, 25 came close to joining the Red Devils back in the summer of 2019 under the reigns of them manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. However, a huge asking price set by the Foxes saw the Red Devils turn their attention to Bruno Fernandes and hence, ending their interest in the England international.
But now, popping reports suggest that the 20 times Premier League winners are once again keeping their close tabs on the midfielder and could look to swoop for his signature during the coming January window, with Ten Hag hoping to provide competition for Fernandes in the attacking midfield after his latest hot and cold displays.
Meanwhile, it still remains unclear whether the Brendan Rodgers' side would be willing to sanction the exit of their promising player.
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