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Ndidi To Decide Leicester City Future Next Week

Ndidi To Decide Leicester City Future Next Week

Wilfred Ndidi will end speculations about his future next week, reports Completesports.com.

The Nigeria international will become a free agent on July 1.

Leicester City have offered him the chance to stay at the King Power Stadium but he is yet to make a decision on his future.

According to Filbert Way, the defensive midfielder will notify Leicester City new manager Steve Cooper on his decision early next week.

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Several clubs in England, France and Turkey have been linked with the player.

Ndidi played a crucial role in Leicester City’s promotion to the Premier League last season.

He joined the Foxes from Belgian Pro League club KRC Genk in 2017.

His international Kelechi Iheanacho was recently released by Leicester following the expiration of his contract.

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  • Chief of Naval Staff Arara Kumbie 1 month ago

    Ndidi is the best, forget the rest.

    • Four four two 1 month ago

      What are you talking about – no wonder some people on here really hate you, you have a hateful character and are completely clueless about anything concerning Nigeria or our football, why not get a life and stop being such a moron eh?

  • Four four two 1 month ago

    He contributed to our loss to south Africa. I prefer Onyeka to him

  • DiMastta 1 month ago

    Overhype everyday.

    If not Real Madrid today, na Heavenly FC tomorrow.

    One thousand back passes a game, no Sunday Oliseh-like type of forward pressing.

    July go come and na Wrexham go finally sign am.

    Anyways, him originally na central defender so no surprise him type of uncreative central midfielder.

  • Hassan Tia 1 month ago

    I think Ndidi should join a club which participate in UEFA championship in order to have championship mentality also to play with or versus quality players and to be coached under quality coaches; he should join Barcelona or Seville which have pedigree …

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