The Foxes are under no pressure to cash in on Maddison.
James Maddison will remain at Leicester City beyond this January, according to Brendan Rodgers.
The midfielder has been constantly linked with a move to Manchester United in recent months but Rodgers says the Foxes will not let the England international leave in the current transfer window.
"There's no pressure to sell and no need to sell," Rodgers told reporters as the Daily Mail reported.
"James is a very talented player and he will be here in January and beyond.
"He's a player we're keen to remain here and help us on this journey over the next years. James and his representatives are speaking with the club and these things take time.
"We want to add to the squad if we can. It all comes down to availability. We've got a really strong squad and lots of them are young players evolving.
"We want to [sign players] but if we can't we'll continue with the squad we've got and look to reinforce in the summer."