The Peterborough United winger was linked with a move to Huddersfield Town on the January transfer window.
The Peterborough United owner, Darragh MacAnthony, says Marcus Maddison would be a good signing for Huddersfield Town.
But the Peterborough winger isn’t heading to the Kirklees Stadium as things stand.
Maddison was linked with Huddersfield, among other clubs, in the January transfer window.
And talk of a Terriers move for the 26-year-old is again doing the rounds on Twitter.
Asked for a response, however, MacAnthony wrote:
What a signing he’d be for Huddersfield.. But we want him to stay pal. Im meeting him next week for a chat about his future https://t.co/n6U0Vb5eiT— Darragh MacAnthony (@DMAC102) May 15, 2019
Maddison scored or assisted 33 goals in 40 games for Peterborough throughout 2018/19.
But Posh, who again missed out on promotion to the Championship, could be tempted to cash in on the north east native as he nears the final year of his contract.
Huddersfield are returning to the second tier after two seasons of Premier League football.
Should Huddersfield move for the Peterborough winger?