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Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer prepared to supply Leicester Jesse Lingard plus money to finish James Maddison switch


Manchester United are reportedly getting ready to supply Jesse Lingard and £45million to Leicester in a bid to signal James Maddison.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is eager so as to add one other superior midfielder to his ranks with Paul Pogba’s future at Previous Trafford extra unsure than ever.

Maddison has been linked with a transfer to Manchester United
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Maddison, the England worldwide, has starred for the Foxes since his transfer from Norwich in 2018 and beneath Brendan Rodgers this time period he has already scored six targets and added three assists in 20 Premier League appearances.

In response to the Sunday Mirror, Solskjaer is ‘determined’ to signal the playmaker and and is prepared to incorporate Lingard as a part of the deal to get it carried out.

Lingard has struggled to make an affect at United for the most effective a part of a yr
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Solskjaer is able to tempt Leicester with a £45m supply and is alleged to be prepared to supply him a contract price £150,000 per week, although any deal is unlikely to be accomplished till the summer season.

Regardless of the hypothesis, Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers has remained adamant that Maddison won’t depart the King Energy in the course of the January switch window.

“No one will depart right here that we don’t wish to go,” he informed the media earlier this week.


“I feel we’ve had a few enquiries when it comes to loans and for a few of our youthful gamers.

“However the gamers which can be at all times talked about and talked about, there will likely be no one going.”

Lingard, in the meantime, has struggled for kind all through 2019, failing to document a purpose or help within the Premier League in the whole yr.

The 27-year-old began in United’s 2-Zero defeat to Arsenal earlier this week however was substituted by Solskjaer after simply 58 minutes.


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