HARRY MAGUIRE is set to play his final match for Leicester tomorrow before a £60million four-way summer tug of war.
Tomorrow’s home fixture with Chelsea could be the 26-year-old’s last for the club — with four of the Prem’s top six keen.
Manchester United, Tottenham, Arsenal and — if they can get their transfer ban suspended by the Court of Arbitration for Sport — Chelsea will all be in the market for a leader in the back four.
It will take a record fee for a British defender to tempt Brendan Rodgers’ side into selling.
Foxes will demand £60m to entertain it after City paid £50m-plus for John Stones and Kyle Walker.
United were desperate for the Yorkshireman last summer after he shone on England’s World Cup run.
Now, though, United are not the only suitors.
Spurs are ready to lose Toby Alderweireld if his £25m buyout clause is met, while Arsenal’s defensive woes are clear.
Foxes boss Rodgers also fears he may lose Youri Tielemans.
The Belgium midfielder, 22, is on loan from Monaco but it will cost Leicester a club-record £40million to make it a permanent move.
Rodgers said: “There have been discussions. We just have to wait and see.
“I’d love him to stay. It depends on the player.”
Foxes midfielder Hamza Choudhury, 21, has been fined £5,000 by the FA.
He was also ordered to attend an education course due to historical social media comments.
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