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Brendan Rodgers has already outlined the scenario that could see Arsenal seal a move for James Maddison in this summer’s transfer window. The Gunners are considering a move for the Leicester City midfielder. The Foxes are likely to demand over £60m for the playmaker, who only signed a new long-term contract at the King Power Stadium less than a year ago.
However, as previously explained by Foxes boss Rodgers, players will only be allowed to leave the King Power if they are not full-committed to the ongoing project.
“First and foremost, it’s about finding a level of commitment with any player,” Rodgers said last year. “If a player doesn’t want to be here, with all due respect, we don’t want them here. It’s as simple as that. Any club is the same, if you have a player that doesn’t actually want to be at the club, then you won’t want them at your club. But there is a wonderful environment we create here for players to improve and develop.”