Leicester goal Madueke out there for cut-price €15m-20m payment
According to Sport Witness, Leicester Target and English talent Noni Madueke will be available through the print edition of Dutch publication De Telegraaf this summer for a reduced fee of 15-20 million euros.
Madueke, who began his professional career when Spurs left for PSV in the summer of 2018, is also reportedly a “transfer target” for massive teams like Borussia Dortmund, AC Milan, RB Leipzig.
It is also added that Atalanta, Lille and Wolfsburg are all keen on the versatile striker who is obviously a right winger but has seen most of his action as a center-forward this season.
Sport Witness noted that De Telegraaf’s report said interested parties will view the price drop fee as “peanuts” for talent that may be a “future goldmine”.
Notes: This is the most logical reason Leicester City will be confident of keeping Brendan Rodgers out of Tottenham’s clutches
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Madueke, who is at U21 level for England, has contributed nine goals and eight assists for the PSV first team since arriving in Holland.
It was added that no team has yet made an offer for Madueke as there are some question marks about the youngster’s mentality which seem to be the reason for his lesser role on the team lately.
Since returning from injury, Madueke has been limited to bench action in his last five appearances, totaling just 77 minutes of play.
That seems strange for a player who is described as “reliable” by manager Roger Schmidt and who works “for the team” and “top” by manager Roger Schmidt.
Madueke is arguably in the midst of the most difficult challenge of his professional career to date. Those interested will learn a lot about the ace, how it deals with the current rut.