Manchester United are, however, pressing ahead with their plans to bring in reinforcements ahead of the Premier League season.
Harry Maguire has received plenty of interest since the World Cup ended, but according to his current boss, that's all it will be. His performances earned him an England call-up for the World Cup in Russian Federation.
Maguire, signed from Hull for what now looks a bargain £17m just 12 months ago, would favour a move to Old Trafford but is not thought to be ready to push the issue.
The 56-year-old stated as much in an interview, remaining convinced that Maguire, who has been heavily linked with a major switch to Manchester United, is motivated to stay at the club past this summer.
"I am confident about the presence of Harry for this season". The Red Devils are close to offloading defender Marcos Rojo to Premier League newbies Wolves, in order to make room for the England international's arrival. "He is a very good player for us", Puel told Sky Sports.
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United were willing to splash out £65m on the big central defender after his World Cup heroics for England.
"Leicester want £50m for Maguire after his performances at the World Cup".
"I am confident with this and I think we can give him good ambition and to perform together with Leicester would be the best answer".
It is also understood that Leicester will offer him a pay rise to keep him at the King Power Stadium.
"We can not lose players just a few days before the beginning of the season". "He's happy to be here, this is a fantastic opportunity for him to show his talent".