Leicester City midfielder Wilfried Ndidi has precluded summer leave demanding he is upbeat at King Power Stadium.
Ndidi was in great structure before the Premier League was suspended because of the spread of coronavirus. His presentation saw him connected with various clubs including Manchester United. Be that as it may, the 23-year-old has rushed to make light of any exchange talk.
“I despite everything have an agreement with Leicester. I am learning and attempting to develop myself consistently and I am doing OK here, so no compelling reason to go anyplace,” he said.
Since his transition to Leicester from Belgian side Genk in 2017, Ndidi has been outstanding amongst other guarded midfielders. The Nigerian has been a key player for the Foxes so far this season, encouraging Brendan Rodgers’ men to move third on the log.
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