A top Manchester United and Liverpool target looks set for a new deal at Leicester, while Tottenham face a fight to land a £10m right-back, according to Tuesday’s newspapers.
LEICESTER PLAYMAKER POISED TO PEN NEW DEAL
James Maddison is likely to sign a new deal at Leicester City, amid interest from Manchester United and Liverpool.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has long been an admirer of the 22-year-old England international, as the United boss plans a rebuild of a depleted squad over the next 12 months.
And Maddison has been identified as a player that fits the ball for the Norwegian.
However, The Athletic’s David Ornstein reports that Foxes chiefs are ready to tie the midfielder down to a new deal in order to keep their top asset.
Man City, Spurs and Jurgen Klopp’s Reds have also been linked with Maddison, but many reports suggest that if the player was to move on then Old Trafford would be his most likely destination.
Solskjaer is after more homegrown talent, after landing Harry Maguire, Dan James and Aaron Wan-Bissaka over the summer, and maddison fits the bill.
But it would appear that Brendan Rodgers and Leicester will do all they can to convince the former Norwich man that his future should be at the King Power.
AND THE REST
Juventus and Atletico Madrid are chasing West Brom’s 19-year-old defender Nathan Ferguson (The Sun)
Luke Shaw will be sent to Dubai for a warm-weather training camp following his latest injury setback (The Sun)
David Luiz says a disagreement with Frank Lampard led to his exit from Stamford Bridge (The Sun)
Chelsea and England striker Tammy Abraham, 22, is close to signing a new contract to stay at Stamford Bridge after scoring eight Premier League goals this season (Daily Star)
Gareth Bale’s representative has climbed from No 3 to the top of the rankings of the world’s most powerful agents (Daily Mail)
Football’s IFAB lawmakers will consider proposals to adopt rugby’s system of concussion substitutes at their next meeting (Daily Mail)
Italy coach Roberto Mancini has refused to rule out handing Euro 2020 call-ups to Gianluigi Buffon and Daniele De Rossi (Daily Mail)
Mauricio Pochettino says “stress and pressure” have been the reasons behind Tottenham’s poor start to the season (The Times)
The Football Association “stunned” MPs by declaring it only intervened in the Bury crisis a month after the club had already collapsed (Daily Telegraph)
Wayne Rooney is set to join up with Derby in early December as he prepares for his surprise return to English football (Daily Telegraph)
A Manchester United supporter who was kicked out of Old Trafford on Sunday for allegedly racially abusing Liverpool defender Trent
Alexander-Arnold is facing the possibility of a life ban and potential police action (Daily Telegraph)
Fred believes he is slowly overcoming his struggles to adapt to English football and will prove he belongs at Manchester United (Daily Telegraph)
Crystal Palace are plotting a £20m January swoop for Alfredo Morelos (Scottish Sun)
Defiant Tommy Wright insists he is up for the scrap of saving St Johnstone (Scottish Sun)
Celtic’s Christopher Jullien admits his career could have been over before it started after crashing his car while falling asleep at the wheel as a teenager (Daily Record)
Former Rangers boss Mark Warburton says a number of English teams have phoned him to ask about James Tavernier (Scottish Sun)
Paul Heckingbottom has warned Florian Kamberi he could end up playing lower-league football if he carries out his threat to quit Easter Road (Daily Record)