Manchester United are reportedly interested in two Premier League midfielders in the form of Leicester City star James Maddison and Newcastle ace Sean Longstaff.
The Red Devils seem to have a clear policy this summer of going after young British talent, having already signed Welsh winger Daniel James from Swansea City.
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They are also closing in on the signing of England Under-21 international Aaron Wan-Bissaka from Crystal Palace, and it could be that one or both of Maddison or Longstaff will be next, according to the Times.
Both look top young English players with a big future at this level, even if Longstaff is yet to really establish himself as a regular for Newcastle.
Maddison, however, seems like the real deal after an eye-catching first season in the Premier League with Leicester last season.
The Foxes signed the 22-year-old from Norwich City and he instantly settled in the top flight, having already impressed in the Championship with the Canaries.
The England Under-21 international seems ideal for United’s needs at the moment as they could do with a quality creative player in their side due to the inconsistency of Paul Pogba, while Juan Mata is ageing and looks past his peak.