Manchester United target James Maddison wants to remain at the King Power Stadium as he is prepared to extend his deal with Leicester City
The Red Devils directors are interested in signing the midfielder but Maddison seems not to be interested in a move away from Leicester City.
Leicester City is not offering an improved contract to Maddison at the moment and he is willing to wait until the end of the season before he makes any decision about his future.
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The England international has helped Leicester to second place on the Premier League table and also earned his first English cap in the 7-0 thrashing of Montenegro at Wembley last week.
Maddison has already contributed four goals and as many assists for Leicester, who appears well poised to break into the Premier League top six. Brendan Rodgers' side is third and already 10 points clear of United in seventh.