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£60 million rated midfielder sends message to Arsenal

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Maddison has sent a message to Arsenal according to AFCBELL, it is reported that Despite signing a new contract last summer, James Madison’s camp is not closing the door to the idea of him leaving Leicester City this summer. He understands that members of the player’s camp have notified Arsenal that the player is open to a new challenge if a suitable offer arrives this summer.

Fans have been reacting to the reports that Arsenal could sign James Maddison this transfer window.

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And after the Gunners lost out to Aston Villa in the race to prise Emiliano Buedia away from Norwich, and then saw Dani Ceballos also leave the club and head back to the Bernabeu, the club have been eyeing up a number of possible signings, and Maddison is one of those players.

He has developed into one of the very best midfielders in the Premier League, and although he was hampered by injuries last season, he is still a player that has a lot of ability and creativity in that midfield.

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And amid the speculation that the Gunners are keen on a transfer deal, fans have taken to Twitter to voice their excitement at the possible signing of Maddison.

One said: If you pull off the signing of James Maddison, you’re completely forgiven for the Buendia bottlejob, @Arsenal.

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Another added: ‘James Maddison is hopefully coming to Arsenal and I’m here for it😍😍😛😛🤗

‘I just watched like 8 James Maddison comps on YouTube and I can’t lie we could completely transform our squad with this window

‘James Maddison. Arsenal’s number 10. I like the sound of that. A lot.’

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If the Gunners are willing to pay that £60 million asking price, he would be a very good signing for the Gunners

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