Newcastle United is ready to recruit James Maddison in the next months, according to Dean Jones’ statement to Give Me Sport. And they intend to invest about £60 million in their top priority.
Since transferring from Norwich City to Leicester City, James Maddison has been an important member of the team. And the Foxes will suffer a great deal from his departure. The 26-year-old attacking midfielder, nevertheless, is among the finest in the Premier League at his position and merits playing at a higher level. He has also been connected to Liverpool.
Jones said, “Generally, they’ve been pretty careful with their spending. But they did splash out on Isak and they spent over £60 million on him. I’m told that they would be willing to pay that for Maddison.”
Newcastle have an ambitious project and are the richest club in the world following the takeover. The Magpies will be expected to challenge for the major trophies soon and could play European football next season.
If a specific offer is made, Maddison might be interested in joining Newcastle United, who are third in the Premier League standings. Madison will enhance the last third with her creativity, flair, and goals. With his skill in set pieces, he will also provide a new element to Newcastle’s offense.
In the forthcoming transfer windows, Eddie Howe has to strengthen his midfield options, and Maddison appears to be a solid choice. The 26-year-old has been in excellent form this year; in the Premier League, he has seven goals and four assists.
He is also accustomed to playing in the Premier League and may contribute right away at Newcastle. If the transfer is approved in the next months, the England international will be at the height of his abilities and able to give Newcastle his greatest years. A transfer is anticipated because the Magpies are prepared to spend the requested £60 million for their top target.
It is uncertain if Leicester City will approve of his departure midway through the season.
Youri Tielemans, another important midfielder for the Foxes, is anticipated to leave the team at the end of the current campaign on a free transfer.