Leicester City baller James Maddison has joined PUMA on a new deal which sees the 21-year-old become the latest Premier League player to partner with the German sportswear brand.
The midfielder has sauced up the Premier League this season after joining the Foxes from Norwich last summer, notching five goals in 28 games and create more chances than Lionel Messi this season.
After being flown out in a private jet, Maddison visited PUMA HQ in Herzogenaurach to sign his contract with the brand, where he received a new pair of custom PUMA ONE 19.1.boots and talk to designers about the model and plans for the future.
PUMA have been signing up some of the biggest names in the game in the last few months, with Maddison joining players such as Jan Oblak, Samuel Umtiti, David Silva, Luis Suarez, Romelu Lukaku and Vincent Kompany by partnering with the brand.
In other football news, Callum Hudson-Odoi has earned his first call-up to the England U21s.