The key to push James Maddison moving to Tottenham


Sources reckon the Leicester City midfielder might ask to join Tottenham, if the Foxes cannot match his ambition and fail to get back to their best.

The Englishman has regularly been linked with a Tottenham switch. The Telegraph, At the same time, point that the Leicester City are in a position where they may have to sell players in order to buy. In that case, some of their best players, definitely including Maddison-could leave if suitable bids arrive.
Arsenal seemingly expressed their interest in Maddison last summer before signing Real Madrid Martin Odegaard. It remains to be proved if the club will flock around Leicester.

Maddison is a superstar at Leicester and arguably one of their best players. Last season Maddison registered 18 goals and 12 assists in all matches for Leicester. They ranked 8th in the Premier League and joined the semi-final of the Europa Conference League.
Maddison always plays an important role in the inaugural UEFA competition. He found the net twice against Randers, and once more versus PSV. Also Leicester ranked fifth in the two seasons of the Premier League before 2021/22 season.

But for this significant World Cup year, Maddison needs some careful thinking about his soccer career. It will be good for him to join a club like Spurs which may be in the top four. This will help adding to his sole England appearance.

James Maddison moving to Tottenham is welcome

What matters most to Tottenham, who have played with a midfield two ever since Antonio Conte has come in, is that the Englishman can play as a central midfielder as well.

They also can’t put it past top managers wanting to switch their formations around to accommodate a player like Maddison. Now 25, he is playing in his prime years and would be an asset to most teams in Europe.

With Brendan Rodgers’ team in a position where they could have to sell their star names, perhaps this is the time for Spurs to strike while the iron is hot. Whether they choose to do so is another question.

There is a fact that Maddison can not be guaranteed a starting spot at Spurs like in Leicester. The England international might stay at Leicester if the Foxes can meet his key demands. If not, he may have to leave.