Tottenham has an opportunity to sign a midfielder… Plans to sell regardless of relegation

Leicester City are looking to sell James Madison.

The British ‘Telegraph’ said, “Leicester will have to play more games to stay in the future, but Madison’s summer transfer seems inevitable regardless of whether or not he stays. Leicester’s best player, Maddison, has just over a year left on his contract, and is expected to require a transfer fee of between £45m and £60m.” said to be highly probable.

Madison is a resource any team can covet. Madison, who has excellent kicking skills as well as techniques uncharacteristic of England, plays a key role at Leicester. He has been consistently active as Leicester’s ace, and is recording 9 goals and 8 assists this season. Thanks to his performance last season and early this season, he was even included in the final list of the England national team ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

The news that Madison is for sale is enough to attract Tottenham Hotspur’s attention. Tottenham have been pointed out over the past few years that they need a technically creative midfielder like Madison. After Christian Eriksen left the team, it was evaluated that the team lacked creativity. Tottenham were linked with Madison and a number of midfielders in the summer transfer market before the season started, but eventually started the season without signing anyone. ㅋㅋㅋ벳

It was Tottenham’s mistake to start the season without signing an attacking midfielder. Like last season, Tottenham are going through the season heavily relying on Harry Kane. With even Kane increasingly likely to leave the club at the end of the season, it seems inevitable that Tottenham will sign a creative midfielder this summer.

In order to recruit Madison, he must overcome fierce competition. ‘Telegraph’ explained, “Currently, Manchester United, Tottenham and Newcastle United are interested in Madison.”

It is important for Tottenham to secure a ticket to the European competition in order to win the competition with the two teams. As Man Utd and Newcastle are ahead of the European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) qualification competition, it is Tottenham who is impatient.

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