World Cup 2022: Why Maddison Will Allow Sister or Daughter to Date Saka

World Cup 2022: Why Maddison Will Allow Sister or Daughter to Date Saka

  • Leicester City attacker James Maddison has picked Bukayo Saka to have as an in-law
  • Saka is one of the most beloved players in the England squad and is spoken of highly
  • Maddison says he would have no problem if his sister wanted to date the Arsenal winger

Bukayo Saka is arguably the most loved player in the England national team camp, and he keeps getting positive reviews about his personality from teammates.

Leicester City attacker James Maddison was quizzed on which of his current national teammates he would have as an in-law, and Saka was the first name he mentioned.

Bukayo Saka, James Maddison, England, World Cup, Qatar
James Maddison picks Bukayo Saka as the England teammate he would have as an in-law. Photos by Paul Ellis/Alex Pantling.
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Maddison would have no problem with his sister or daughter going on a date with the 21-year-old, but he would want the £70,000-a-week star to pay.

Maddison raves about 'nice' Saka

Maddison picked Saka as the first name to come to mind as a potential in-law, he told talkSPORT as quoted by The Boot Room:

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“The first one who springs to mind I think is Bukayo Saka. And if I had a sister or a daughter and they said to me: ‘oh, I’m going on a date with Bukayo Saka’, I’d be like ‘enjoy yourself. Let him pay, but enjoy yourself’.”

The Leicester City attacker also revealed why the Arsenal star was the first name to come to mind, reiterating other teammates' comments about Saka.

“B’s just such a nice kid. I saw Luke talk about B, I saw Jack about B, and you just get this relationship with him. He’s such a nice guy to everyone that you build such a good relationship with him.”

It's all love for Saka

Maddison is not the first England player to pass nice comments about the 21-year-old, with Sports Brief earlier reporting that Jack Grealish also made positive comments about him.

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Grealish said he walked up to Saka's dad when families were allowed around the English team, and told him he loves his son because he is the best kid.

The comments about the young player come as no surprise, due to his down to earth personality and because Saka is always wearing a beautiful smile.

Source: Sports Brief News