Ole Gunnar Solskjaer makes James Maddison decision after Man Utd’s summer approach
Manchester United are reportedly eyeing a move for Leicester ace James Maddison.
The club legend has targeted young and primarily home grown players as he looks to revitalise the struggling heavyweights.
Harry Maguire, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Daniel James cost a combined £150m.
Solskjaer isn’t planning on stopping there, though.
The England international has been a standout performer since signing from Norwich in 2018.
And it’s suggested Solskjaer has decided he will continue to monitor his progress closely – along with a host of other Premier League clubs.
United have had a mixed start to the season, but Ed Woodward is willing to give him time to reshape the squad.
United hero Bryan Robson thinks Brendan Rodgers’ side will provide a stern test.
“Yeah, they’ve had a good start to the season and have good young players,” he told Manchester United’s official site.
“That’s why it’s important we have a good result against them,” he added.
“I think they will up there challenging for the top six and they will want to get back into Europe.
“It’s a tough game as they have some good players but that’s the challenge for us.
“If we want to be in the top four, we need to be beating teams like Leicester at home.”
“What they’ve got to do is just go out and enjoy the game, stick to the formation and everything they worked on in pre-season,“ he added.
“Press the ball but let’s concentrate a little bit more on slack passes. Concentrate on our finishing because, nearly always, if you want to win a Premier League game, you have got to score two goals.
“In the two away games, we’ve got one each game and that’s why we haven’t won them.
“So concentrate a little bit more on finishing and, if get that right, we’ll go on winning games instead of drawing them.”