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Ndidi Set To Join Awoniyi, Aina, Dennis At Nottingham Forest

Ndidi Set To Join Awoniyi, Aina, Dennis At Nottingham Forest

Nottingham Forest will submit a bid for Wilfred Ndidi this week, according to transfer expert, Fabrizio Romano.

Romano revealed that the Tricky Trees have already agreed personal terms with the Nigeria international.

Forest are now expected to start negotiations with Leicester City to seal the deal.

“Nottingham Forest set to bid for Wilfred Ndidi, proposal expected to be submitted soon for Nigerian DM as he’s top target 🚨🔴🌳 #NFFC,” Romano wrote on his Twitter handle.

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“Understand personal terms have been agreed and negotiations will now start between clubs.

“Forest will push to make it happen.”

Ndidi has one year left on his contract with Leicester City and the Foxes will be willing to sell the midfielder for the right fee instead of losing him for free next summer.

The 26-year-olf has previously been linked with a move to Fenerbahce and Bayern Munich.

A move to Nottingham Forest will see Ndidi link up with his compatriots; Taiwo Awoniyi, Ola Aina and Emmanuel Dennis.

By Adeboye Amosu

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  • Dr. Drey 10 months ago

    Another Nigeria FC…..???

    Do I have a valid reason to be concerned for Nottingham Forrest….??

    • Ignatius Abo 10 months ago

      Thumbs up Man dem Drey. Is there no other club in England? I n I are becoming suspicious of this Nottingham Forest. It is far better for Ndidi to go elsewhere.

    • DiMastta 10 months ago

      …More like another Watford FC. One club go just pack four Nigerian National Team players enter relegation at once.

      • Ahahaha, what a funny comment……… can’t stop laughing…….. free relegation bus for nigerian players

  • I personally think it’s a good move for Ndidi, because it will give him another opportunity to play at the top level the EPL.Ndidi is not finished yet,mark my words,we will see him blossom again.

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