Manchester United would be compelled to pay £30 million for Jamie Vardy after Leicester City slapped the enormous valuation on the England worldwide striker.
Matt Law of the Telegraph reports the Foxes won’t let their top striker leave for barely anything if United or Chelsea attempt to sign Vardy in January.
Even if Leicester let Vardy go, they will request heft fee subsequent to seeing the Red Devils pay £36 million for teenaer Anthony Martial, who is dubious at Premier League level. Vardy signed for the King Power Stadium club for just £1 million, touching base from Fleetwood Town in 2012.
Vardy equalled Ruud van Nistelrooy’s back to back goalscoring record in the Premier League in Leicester’s late 3-0 triumph against Newcastle United
United has had a lot of trouble finding the net this season, in spite of the fact that they are above Manchester City and Arsenal in the group.
Vardy would give pace in a United assault that has looked mediocre for the vast majority of the season. Wayne Rooney is a blurring power, not able to motivate his group, and mentor Louis van Gaal needs to rapidly evaluate his choices.
United stay connected with potential moves for Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar also, as reported by the Manchester Evening News’ James Robson, and both abilities speak to the sort of attacker anticipated to lead the line at Old Trafford.