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Ndidi To Sign New Three -Year Contract At Leicester City

Ndidi To Sign New Three -Year Contract At Leicester City

Wilfred Ndidi is set to sign a three-year contract at Premier League club, Leicester City, reports Completesports.com.

The Nigeria international’s previous contract expired at the end of last month.

Ndidi was previously linked with clubs in Turkey, France and Spain.

The defensive midfielder has now agreed to extend his stay at the King Power Stadium after extensive talks with new manager Steve Cooper.

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“Wilfred Ndidi, set to sign new deal at Leicester City as final details are being discussed — then all sealed,” reliable transfer expert, Fabrizio Romano wrote on X.

“Exclusive details: contract until June 2027, three year deal… with release clause also included.

“Despite more than 5 bids, Ndidi decides to stay and sign #LCFC.”

The 27-year-old joined Leicester City from Belgian Pro League outfit KRC Genk in January 2017.

He has scored 11 goals in 224 appearances for the former Premier League champions.

By Adeboye Amosu


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  • Tristan 1 week ago

    Ndidi, the player linked by CSN and others to more clubs than I care to remember, ends up staying with Leicester suggesting no one was interested in him even as a free agent. He initially rejected the Leicester contract because he thought he could get better elsewhere and no one, I repeat no-one, offered him better terms.

  • Hmmm. So sad that this guy can’t step up. Potential just wasting away. Likely to retire at Leicester

    • Tony K 1 week ago

      Diminishing returns have set in for Ndidi since 2022. The likes of Onyeka, Dele-Bashiru and Onyedika should take his place in Super Eagles

      • Lol Onyeka the Bench warmer good joke bros! If you guys need clarity on this Ndidi Matter why not ask?.
        research this finding and come back let us discuss. Maybe you will see that some clubs actually go through all stops to keep their Key player.. I mean maybe it is because they don’t want to go straight down, Maybe you will also see how Vardy is Pleading for Leicester to keep their Spine of the team to have a chance at staying up in the Prem..

        • visit Leciester City Mercury online and read abut it

        • Dr. Drey 1 week ago

          You tin-god’s former coach moved to chelsea and took a player under contract along, while not considering your “substantive SE captain” (LMAooo) whom he could have taken along for free.

          Does that tell you anything…??? LMAooo.

        • Alex07 1 week ago

          Ndidi’s time has passed. Time and age are catching up on him. He is certainly not 27.

  • pompei 1 week ago

    Well, at least he will be playing Premier League football when the season begins.
    We wish him well.

  • Ralph 1 week ago

    This is a perfect example of “If you are happy where you are then stay there”
    He wants a better offer and maybe he didn’t get one and he renewed and so what ? 
    Check what these people comment does, you will find out they are almost a nobody, and they wanna come here and talk about a guy that is better than them in every aspect of life, go get busy with your life as the guy is doing..Rubbish.

  • Larry 1 week ago

    The fact is that his performance has really declined.
    Palinha just moved to Bayern. His team mate Drewsburry moved to Chelsea on the request of Leicester former coach.
    Hopefully, he steps up his game next season and get a good club to sign him.

  • DiMastta 1 week ago

    A central defender forced into a midfield role.
    Midfielders (whether attacking, defensive or central) should have a certain degree of creativity. Ndidi does not have this, though he is a good blocker and can disrupt the opponent’s flow.
    No surprise, up from being ‘wanted’by Real Madrid to Liverpool, only Leicester offered a contract.

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