Reported Tottenham target James Maddison will be available for £30 million this summer, according to the Mirror.
Maddison has scored 15 goals for Norwich City in the Championship this season, earning him plenty of plaudits ahead of a potential move to the Premier League.
Last month, reports suggested Tottenham are one of six clubs interested in signing the attacking midfielder. The others are thought to be Arsenal, Manchester City, Everton, Southampton and Brighton.
The Mirror believes Liverpool and Manchester City are now the frontrunners for Maddison’s signature, and the 21-year-old is apparently available for £30 million.
That’s a lot of money for a Championship player. But at the same time, it is a relatively low price for a talented English player in the current climate.
Spurs are in need of a deputy for Christian Eriksen, who are they devoid of creativity without.
Maddison would certainly provide decent cover for Eriksen, and Mauricio Pochettino would likely be keen to develop him into an even better player.
The money of Manchester City might determine where Maddison ends up next, but I certainly think Tottenham should be having a look.