Both Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool are targeting Norwich City youngster James Maddison this summer, according to The Mirror.
Maddison has been one of the best players in the Championship this season, scoring 15 goals and being nominated for the division’s Young Player of the Year award.
The Canaries are understood to have set a price tag of £30m on Maddison which both top-flight clubs would be willing to pay.
The Championship club are ready to sell one of their top young talents for a large sum of money this summer, with Tottenham and Liverpool both linked.
Having made moved from Coventry City back in 2016, Maddison has continued his growth, becoming one of the country’s biggest up-and-coming talents.
This season, he has been in extraordinary form with Norwich City’s manager Daniel Farke claiming:
“No, there is no sum or figure. For me, he has the highest value.
“I am not naïve. If Barcelona or Paris Saint-Germain want to buy him there can be a solution but he has been outstanding.
“For me, one of the best players in the Championship.
“He is nominated for the best young player. I have asked him is that just a category for him because it should be the best player, not the best young player. He should be nominated for one of the best players.
“His value is unbelievably high but it is not for me to talk about a sum.”
After just six minutes of action, Marcus Edwards has returned to parent club Tottenham Hotspur folwing a bitterly disappointing loan spell at Norwich City this season.
The youngster has returned to the North London club due to “personal reasons”, Norwich City’s manager Daniel Farke confirmed.
Edwards was compared to Barcelona’s Lionel Messi by manager Mauricio Pochettino, however since, the 19-year-old has played just 21 minutes of first-team football also failing to make an impact at Carrow Road during his short loan spell.