- Sun Jun 17 8:08 PM
SkySports Southampton and Leicester have both agreed a fee with Norwich to sign James Maddison, according to Sky sources. The two Premier League clubs have had proposals in the region of £22m plus add-ons accepted by the Canaries. One source has told Sky and more »
- Sun Jun 17 5:52 PM
Carrow Road player of the season Maddison, 21, is in demand after 14 goals and eight assists this term
- Sun Jun 17 5:39 PM
Southampton and Leicester have both agreed a fee with Norwich to sign James Maddison, according to Sky sources.
- Sun Jun 17 1:04 PM
• Norwich midfielder also wanted by Everton attracts £20m bids • West Ham frustrated over Felipe Anderson
price hike by Lazio Leicester and Southampton are battling to sign James Maddison after lodging opening bids for the Norwich midfielder. The expectation at the start of last week was that Eve...
- Sun Jun 17 12:53 AM
The 21-year-old is valued at £20million by the Carrow Road club and has been pursued by a number of clubs but Southampton are understood to be closer to meeting Norwich's valuation.
Norwich Evening News
- Sat Jun 16 10:46 PM
James Maddison’s future at Norwich City player looks set to be ended by Southampton, according to a newspaper claim.
- Thu Jun 14 5:50 AM
Liverpool FC won’t sign Southampton goalkeeper Alex McCarthy
in the summer transfer window, Vinny O’Connor has insisted. The Merseyside outfit are in the market to sign a new shot stopper this summer following Loris Karius’ disappointing performance in Liverpool FC’s 3-1 loss to Real Madrid. The...
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