Leicester City have decided to keep Ben Chilwell and Harry Maguire at King Power Stadium in the upcoming transfer window.
Manchester City and Liverpool alongside Arsenal are understood to be keen on left-back Chilwell, while Manchester United are ready to pay big money to sign centre-back Harry Maguire.
However, The Mirror is reporting, Leicester City have no intention of offloading either player during the next transfer window.
Ben Chilwell still has over five years left on his deal with the Foxes, while Harry Maguire has a deal until the end of the 2022-23 season and the powerful defender only has signed the new contract in the summer amid the £75m transfer speculation from Manchester United.
The Red Devils former manager Jose Mourinho was desperate to land the England international who shone for Three Lions at the World Cup in Russia, and the 20-times Engish champions were desperate to land him, but the Foxes have demanded astronomical £75 million transfer fee.
Meanwhile, Arsenal have been linked with a move for Ben Chilwell several times this season since the Englishman started producing top-class performances for the club and if Unai Emery is understood to be keen on signing the £50 million-rated defender in the upcoming transfer window.
Only the problem is that the north London club do not have enough transfer funds to sign Ben Chilwell.