Harry Maguire is a player that's really risen to prominence over the last couple of seasons since joining Leicester City in 2017. The centre-back cost the Foxes around £17m and they could be set to make a monster profit on the former Hull City if reports are correct.
It's rumoured that he's going to be a man in-demand once again this summer, with Manchester United in the market for a new centre-back and ready to make a move.
At the age of 26, Maguire is approaching the peak years of his career and he'd cost his suitors a colossal fee, with Leicester in no need to sell one of their prized assets. The Red Devils were credited with an interest in him ever since his string of impressive showings at last summers World Cup, where he played an instrumental role in England's run to the semi-finals, but they failed to get a move over the line under then boss Jose Mourinho.
But on the back of their shambolic 2018/19 campaign which saw them concede a club record number of Premier League goals (53), they're desperate for new recruits so the Foxes will certainly be able to charge a premium for his services should they come calling.
Speaking ahead of England's UEFA Nations League opener against the Netherlands next Wednesday, Maguire insisted that he only has eyes on matters surrounding the Three Lions at the moment.
"When I'm away with England, I don't think about anything to do with club football."
"As soon as I wear this badge, it's really important to focus on England and nothing else. I'm fully focused on the two games coming up and that's where my head is at the moment."