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  1. https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/football/12225433/james-maddison-money-leicester-man-utd/?utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=sunfootballtwitter&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1595713652 JAMES MADDISON has agreed to a double-your-money deal at Leicester. In a massive boost to the Foxes ahead of their Champions League shootout against Manchester United today, Maddison committed himself to the club until 2025. 1 James Maddison has agreed to a double-your-money contract extension at Leicester The England midfielder, who misses this afternoon’s vital clash through a hip injury, will earn around £95,000 a week including bonuses. That package makes him one of Leicester’s highest-paid players behind top-earner Jamie Vardy, who is on around £120,000 a week. The Midlands club is expected to announce Maddison’s contract as early as this week. Maddison, 23, who made his senior England debut in November, had been linked with a big-money move to United. Leicester signed him in 2018 from Norwich for £22million and extending his initial five-year deal is an important statement of intent by the club. Brendan Rodgers’ side are fifth in the Premier League table, one point behind United and Chelsea ahead of today’s final day of the season. But even if the Foxes fall short of a top-four finish on this occasion, the club’s owners have no intention of reining in their ambitions. A new £100m training ground is due to open soon in Seagrave — and Rodgers believes it will play a big part in helping Leicester continue to compete at the top end of the Premier League. Convincing Maddison to extend his stay is another piece in the jigsaw. Talks to agree a new deal for the star began well before the Covid-19 pandemic.
  2. Mendy and his agent
  3. https://le10sport.com/football/mercato/exclu-mercato-asse-leicester-toujours-positionne-sur-fofana-511115 Leicester follows the evolution of the Fofana file closely About ten days ago, AC Milan sent a first offer to AS Saint-Etienne , rejected by the Greens, but could soon come back. According to our information, Leicester is also far from having dropped the case. The English club would follow the evolution of the Fofana file very closely and plan to return soon to the charge on the track of the young Saint Etienne central defender. An official offer from the English club is therefore likely to intervene in the coming weeks.
  4. https://www.lcfc.com/galleries/1634491/latest-visit-to-new-training-ground
  5. http://sportwitness.co.uk/leicester-wolves-involved-big-auction-defender-player-prefer-premier-league-move/ The Portuguese press continues to follow the situation of Edmond Tapsoba, who could be leaving Vitória Guimarães in the last days of the transfer window. We’ve seen two kinds of reports about the player today. One of them comes from O Jogo, who had already written about the bids made by Bayer Lerverkusen, Leicester City and Wolverhampton Wanderers. This time they say all the clubs have offered €20m, even though the first report said the German side had made a bid of €18m. But they explain Vitória Guimarães are being tough, resisting to all bids. That’s why the negotiations haven’t really moved forward of late. Newspaper Record sound a little more confident about the move, but they don’t expect him to be so close to the Premier League sides. They say besides Bayer, there’s also Borussia Dortmund trying to take Tapsoba to the Bundesliga. The Leverkusen side is said to be the only one with an official bid for him, after making an offer of €18m. However, they say Leicester and Wolverhampton have been ‘pointed out’ as two clubs who are interested in the player, and his preference for the Premier League is something that could help them to get the defender. With less than 48 hours left in the transfer window, if Brendan Rodgers or Nuno Espirito Santo want the defender at the King Power Stadium or Molineux by the end of the week, they might have to speed things up.
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