Manchester United are looking to move on to other transfer targets after completing the transfer of defender AaronWan-Bissaka from Crystal Palace.
James Maddison is seen by the club as a potential replacement for Paul Pogba. The French international has been linked to Real Madrid and Juventus and recently revealed that he is open to a new challenge.
Maddison emerged as one of the best signings of the previous campaign. Signed from Norwich last summer the England u21 international formed a superb partnership with Jamie Vardy and showed creativity in his game.
It is understood that Leicester wants £60 million as a transfer fee for the player.
His teammate Harry Maguire has also been linked to the club and there are talks of a potential transfer for the former Hull City ace.
Maguire is considered as one of the best drfenders in the league and Manchester United are weighing up a bid for the defender. Lweicester are thought to be looking for a transfer fee of £90 million.
The Foxes have already began talks with Brighton for Ifreland international Shane Duffy as a potential replacement for Maguire.
Meanwhile, Sean Longstaff is seen as a long-term signing for the Red Devils. According to the Times, Longstaff has been monitored by the club who are interested in signing the youngster.
The central midfielder is valued at £25 million by Newcastle and is currently sidelined due to injury after suffering a knee injury towards last season.
It appears that Manchester United are changing their transfer policy as the club has been linked to a core of British players in recent weeks.