“Of course I am! It was one of the best decisions I made when I got here. I love it ‘: Manchester United target James Maddison urges fan to stay in Leicester City next season
- James Maddison shot down Manchester United’s left in a video call to a fan
- The midfielder said moving to Leicester City was “one of the best decisions.”
- Maddison was a big target for United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer this summer
- He said he is frustrated with the lockdown and wants to confirm the Champions League
Leicester City midfielder James Maddison shot down the Manchester United left while telling a fan that he will remain with the club next season.
The 23-year-old, who came from Norwich last summer, is high on the transfer wish list of United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and there are many reports that the English international is heading to Old Trafford.
Maddison surprised Foxes fan Roy Fellowes with a video call and the fan immediately asked the important questions about the midfielder’s future.
James Maddison shot the Manchester United links down during a video call with a Foxes fan
Maddison was high on Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s wish list
“It was one of the best decisions I made when I got here. I love it.’
The attacking midfielder opened up about the fight to remain isolated with the Premier League unfinished.
“I just isolate, just like everyone else. It is currently difficult because we have to stay indoors, but also a bit fit because we don’t know when the season will resume, ” he told the lifelong Leicester fan.
The midfielder admitted that it is difficult in itself, because he wants to confirm the Champions League spot
“We just do individual things at home. Brendan Rodgers has selected his staff to send us things we can do at home, so we stay fit, we’re not at home on the beers and pies, don’t worry! ‘
The Foxes had an incredibly strong league season and were third in the table when the campaign was halted due to the corona virus pandemic. Maddison admitted it is difficult for the club as they want to confirm their Champions League spot for next season.
“This situation is not ideal because we did so well and we were in the rooms,” he said. “We just want to finish and try to secure one of those spaces, because Champions League football is something I’ve always wanted to play in.”