Arsenal have reportedly proposed a swap deal for Leicester City’s James Maddison.
According to Football London, the deal would include a player-plus-cash for the Foxes midfielder.
On Tuesday, Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers insisted the Foxes are not in a financial position whereby they would be forced to sell their best players.
“In conversations with the club, we don’t have to sell. That’s something that’s been made clear,” said Rodgers.
“The players want to stay. It’s a really exciting time at the club. There’s lots of gossip and speculation around but I’m loving working with the guys here, they love being here, and we certainly have no need to sell.
“So I would suspect we’re looking to keep our best players.”
It is not yet clear which player would be involved in the transfer; however, the Foxes have previously shown interest in Arsenal midfielder Ainsley Maitland-Niles.