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Real Madrid To Bid For Ndidi In January

Real Madrid To Bid For Ndidi In January

LaLiga giants Real Madrid will make a move for Leicester City midfielder Wilfred Ndidi in the January transfer window, reports Completesports.com.

According to Spanish online news outlet Fichajes, manager Carlo Ancelotti wants more options in midfield as Brazilian midfielder Casemiro has struggled this season.

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Leicester City will want around €60 for the defensive midfielder and the report said Real Madrid are prepared to pay that.

Ndidi has been linked with several top clubs across Europe including Manchester United and PSG after solid displays in the heart of the Leicester City engine-room.

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The 24-year-old joined Leicester City four years ago from Belgian club Genk for about €17m.

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  • Richie 3 weeks ago

    His stats are clearly getting noticed.

    But, he should seriously think through this offer if it indeed comes, making sure it wouldn’t be a cameo role….when that coast is clear, then, he can move!

     
    • Olusegun.B. 3 weeks ago

      Exactly what I have been thinking about. It’s one thing that a big club calls for your service. And it’s another Thing to be assured of 90 mins football. Ndidi is sn excellent DM , one of the very best and any club that is a top club that knows that should not take his credibility for granted

       
  • Emmanuel 3 weeks ago

    On point at Richie

     
  • CS £60 ke. That’s cheap. You rid not add the millions. Man u should have bought this guy. Very few players in the world can bench ndidi in that role.

     
  • Sammy 3 weeks ago

    Ndidi will play in any club. Even if he goes to Madrid and has to ride the bench in some games (which is very unlikely given his quality), its still a win, because at Madrid he’ll earn almost double what he gets at Leicester; and it subsequently gives him a base salary level for when he makes his next move, possibly to Italy or back to the Premier League.

    Make that move brother; and bank your money.

     
    • Toholo 3 weeks ago

      For Ndidi it won’t be ONLY about the money. Yeah, he may be a Nigerian but money isn’t the beginning and end all of life. Remember he is doing a University degree course in his off-time and moving to Spain might jeopardise that. Very commendable and it clearly shows he is planning for his future beyond football.

       
      • Marvelous 3 weeks ago

        God forbid Ndidi going to Man Utd. A dream killer for African players.

         
        • Like seriously, I would rather he go to Arsenal, Arsenal still bigger than Leicester anytime anyday, he might struggle for play time in Madrid because it will take miracle for anybody to wrestle that DM role from casemiro and ndidi is too big for a cameo appearance in any club.

           
          • What of thomas partey that went to arsenal, how far with him? Abeg, ndidi should go to Madrid and make money as well as boost his reputation. He can make the dm his.
            Man utd is another no go area.

             
  • The Rightful CAPITO of SE can play in any club infact the following Clubs are in need of a World Class CDM like Ndidi. Manchester United, Real MAdrid and Barcelona. These clubs need a World class CDM in the mould of the Future Capitan of SE Onyinye Wilfred “THE ROCK” NDIDI (MOVING TRAIN)

     
  • Victor 3 weeks ago

    Ndidi can play and will play regularly in Real Madrid. He has the qualities of a world class DM player and he has regularly displayed it.

     
    • Jide Dola 3 weeks ago

      It’s q good thing that Madrid needs the service of Ndidi, buh I usually get tired of this news, it would have been good to hear that they have signed it already. When our players are moving to small clubs we don’t hear much news about it buh when it comes to our players moving to big clubs we start hearing it and keep hearing it till another 5 years. What am saying is that I want to see our players playing in big teams it’s long overdue not just hearing about offers here and there.

       
      • Akosa Ike 3 weeks ago

        Exactly my brother. That’s what has been happening with Paul Onuachi . Everyday this or that players want him. The media report has been going on for years now but the big player has not been transferred.

         
  • Yinkus 3 weeks ago

    Barca and man u needs player like Ndidi more than any other club. Any attacking oriented team like barca and man u should have a solid opposition attacking breaker like Ndidi.

    Only few players in the world actually knows how to play that role well.

    Moreover Ndidi is an excellent CD and can conveniently play that role as well.

     
  • Sean T 3 weeks ago

    Dear Ndidi, don’t consider moving to Real pls. Am a Madrid fan & i don’t think Madrid is lacking in midfield. Their is Valverde, Casemiro even if he loses form he will regain his form cuz he’s a world class midfielder, their is Modric, Toni Kroos. Despite how good they’re all of them can’t play together. So if Ndidi join them what is the assurance he will be playing week in week out. Ndidi should rather join Man Utd or Barcelona if he get an offer from there. They need him more

     
    • Felix 3 weeks ago

      No point made

       
    • @Sean T you forget Ndidi walks in a team and plays 38 out of 38 games in the season. NDIDI won’t be benched by Modric or Kroos either, any Madrid Fan knows that Modric is having less and less playing time these days as he is almost 36 if 37, so to Kross in way as he is approaching 34 and is not exactly a CR7 fitness freak that can play to 40. It’s Ancellotti bidding for him so That means Ndidi is on his wish list. And also Ndidi is a World class midfielder. He will command a starting place when he moves as this move or Transfer will be considered a high profile one. Another point Ndidi will obviously have Game time as part of his terms as this negotiation process would obviously have the cards in Ndidi’s favour.

       
    • Exactly my take, Halla Madrid bro. And camavinga is there plus arsensio have been gradually converted to midfield also, that department is already fully full in madrid.