Former Coventry City favourite James Maddison is set to sign a new contract at Leicester City.
Maddison has been linked with a big-money move to Manchester United, but it seems his future, at least for now, remains in the Midlands.
The now Englan international has been a hit with Leicester since his £20m move from Norwich City in 2018.
Maddison was the Premier League’s leading chance creator in his first Premier League season, and he didn’t do too badly last season, scoring six and assisting three.
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The 23-year-old’s form saw him become a candidate for a big-money exit, but Leicester appeared to have tied him down after securing a return to Europe.
According to The Telegraph, the Foxes agreed a new deal with Maddison during the Premier League’s coronavirus break.
And they are now ready to announce the new four-year contract after announcing a new deal for fellow midfielder Papy Mendy today.
Maddison, of course, came through the Sky Blues academy, breaking through in 2014 and going on to make 24 first-team appearances.
He would go on to join Norwich City in 2014 before attracting Premier League attention at Carrow Road.