Tottenham Hotspur confirmed the acquisition of James Maddison from Leicester City on a five-year contract on Wednesday.
“Earning recognition for his outstanding performances, James claimed numerous personal accolades throughout 2017/18, including the Championship Young Player of the Month award for January, 2018, and the Championship Goal of the Month award for September, 2017, and January, 2018,” said the English club in a statement.
“In addition to being nominated for the EFL Young Player of the Season, he was also named to both the Championship and PFA Teams of the Year,” the statement said.
Maddison helped Leicester City win the English FA Cup in 2021 and the English Super Cup in 2022.
So far, the 26-year-old midfielder has appeared in three England matches.
He has also played for Coventry City, Norwich City, and Aberdeen FC.
Meanwhile, Maddison became the club’s second summer signing under new head coach Ange Postecoglou.
The contract’s financial terms were not published.