Former Leicester Metropolis striker Stan Collymore believes James Maddison’s violation of the COVID protocols can value him a transfer to Manchester United.
Together with Hamza Choudhury and Ayoze Perez, the playmaker was dropped from the Foxes’ squad for his or her match towards West Ham United on Sunday.
Brendan Rodgers has stated that the trio broke COVID protocols and that they might be accessible for Leicester’s FA Cup semi-final match towards Southampton.
Collymore wrote in The Mirror that Maddison’s off-the-field disciplinary issues may cost him a transfer to a high European membership, with Manchester United‘s .
“Look, James, I have been the place you might be, you are a handsome boy, you will have disposable revenue, you are a good footballer and there are temptations, however you need to preserve your eye on the prize,” Collymore wrote in his column.
“As a result of, for the sake of a day or evening out, this stuff can simply delay what a participant needs to attain by a 12 months or two, or in excessive instances endlessly.
“These in positions of energy at Liverpool, Manchester United, Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain, Barcelona, and Actual Madrid shall be taking word, too, and that is not what he needs at this stage of a promising profession.”
In 33 appearances for Rodgers’ aspect this season, the 24-year-old has 11 targets and 10 assists.