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Newcastle’s £40 million Offer For This Player Is Rejected By Leicester City


Newcastle made a £40 million offer for playmaker James Maddison, but Leicester City rejected it.
Brendan Rodgers, the manager of the Foxes, is yet to make a substantial acquisition during the current transfer window. He also needs to raise money so that Leicester can meet Financial Fair Play requirements.

Maddison signed a contract extension with Leicester in 2020, and his current deal has two years left on it.

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Last season, the midfielder made 35 appearances in the Premier League and netted 12 goals.

The former Coventry midfielder, who cost £20 million to transfer from Norwich City to Leicester in 2018, is not believed to be in favor of a move to St James’ Park.

In the first summer transfer window since the club was taken over by Saudi Arabia in October, the Magpies added three players: defenders Sven Botman and Matt Targett, as well as goalkeeper Nick Pope.

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