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James Maddison Transfer News: Where is Maddison go to? Tottenham or Newcastle United

James Maddison Transfer News: A new story from Football Insider says that Maddison is likely to leave the Foxes at the end of the season. The 2015-16 Premier League champions, Leicester City, are in big trouble because they are 19th in the table with only eight games left.

Because of this, the Foxes are likely to go through some big changes, no matter where they play football next season. Youri Tielemans didn’t get a contract extension, so it looks like he will leave the King Power for free at the end of the season. Maddison is another high-profile player who is set to move on.

Liverpool’s Jurgen Klopp likes the England international, but since both Newcastle and Spurs are trying to sign him, it looks like the race will be between those two teams.

The latest news says that Daniel Levy’s Lilywhites are the favourites to get the 26-year-old player away from Leicester. Since he joined Leicester City from Norwich City in 2018, Maddison has scored 54 goals in 196 games across all competitions. He still has just over a year left on his contract.

James Maddison Transfer News: Reports say that Tottenham Hotspur has gone ahead of Newcastle United in the race to sign James Maddison from Leicester City

James Maddison Transfer News: Where is Maddison go to ? Tottenham or Newcastle United

Tottenham wants a new creative force in the middle, and the two-time England international checks a lot of boxes. He averaged 0.35 assists per 90 minutes in the last year, which put him in the 89th percentile for his position.

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Since he averaged 0.46 goals that weren’t penalties per 90 minutes, it’s clear that the master would be a big offensive threat for the Spurs. This is especially true since he was able to play at that level for a failing Leicester team.

The media called Maddison “sensational” early in the season. He would be a great addition to Tottenham, but they need to focus on getting into the Champions League now to make sure they win the race for his contract.

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