Northern Irish manager Brendan Rodgers said in a press statement that his club is not under pressure to sell star James Madison to Manchester United after media talk about it.
Rodgers said in a press conference held on the sidelines of the League Cup semi-final against Aston Villa scheduled for Wednesday that he hopes to sign the 23-year-old on renewal contracts for the team.
He added that James is a talented player and will remain here no player will leave in January to confirm this but after the end of the season there are other things.
Rodgers continued that Madison is an important player and we aspire to continue to help us on the team's journey to the championships in the coming years.
He concluded that there is no pressure on his team to sell any player and there is no need for this but we will work to strengthen the ranks.
It is worth mentioning that Leicester occupy the premier league and offers an excellent performance and drew the attention of his players Madison wanted at United and defender Ben Chilwell wanted at Chelsea.
The 23-year-old Madison has scored nine goals and made three appearances in the season and has appeared very artistically and physically.