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Aston Villa Linked With £50m Transfer For Ndidi

Aston Villa Linked With £50m Transfer For Ndidi

Aston Villa will make a move for Wilfred Ndldi in the summer with Steven Gerrard looking to acquire a quality holding midfielder.

Ndidi linked up with Leicester City in 2017 and has been a key member of the team since then.

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According to the Daily Star, Aston Villa are weighing up an offer in the region of £50million in the summer window for the Nigeria international.

Ndidi has two years remaining in his contract with Leicester City and would represent another signing of true ambition by Villa under Gerrard.

Villa signed Philippe Coutinho and Lucas Digne during the January transfer window.

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WORDPRESS: 6
  • Ndidi is more than £50M also better than Aston Villa. Sometimes I still don’t understand why Ndidi remains in his current club, and just maybe he is dropping gradually as Aston Villa looking for him. He should be in the Chelsea levels.

     
  • Igbekun Abo 10 months ago

    Only players doing well will attract mega bucks interest from other clubs. Perennial underachievers will only attract pity and meaningless encouragement from thier rotter teeth fans. Lolzzzz, Lolzzzz Za Za Za Za. We are tired of holding the hands of mediocrity. Underperforming Super Eagles players in club football better shape up or we will ship them out of the Super Eagles. Lolzzzz Lolzzzz. We will never pat the head of poor performance. Carry go Ndidi. Heaven bless Ndidi and all high performing Super Eagles players.

     
  • Michel 10 months ago

    Ndidi should make this move ,he needs a new challenge and earn bigger pay,age is going up small small

     
  • I would have preferred Man United for Ndidi let us see, But good Move either way.

     
  • Obiweluozo 10 months ago

    He should move to Manchester United.

     
  • Four four two 10 months ago

    It’s not a good move cos Leicester is better than Aston Villa. I see this as an insult. While Bayern and PSG are scrabbling to sign Senegalese players, it’s Aston Villa, crystal palace and Southampton that are coming for our players.pls this must be a prayer point for all SE fans. We need our players in big clubs to keep them more competitive. I no say SE players hardly show fans love like senegalese players are doing. All they know how to do is buy flashy cars for themselves and girlfriends or highest construct borehole for their village. Fans please let’s not mind all these. It’s not by power or by might but by the spirit of God, so please also remember in ur prayers and God will take them to bigger clubs. Imagine Newcastle coming for Osihem? Very disenchating