Leicester Metropolis are at present prime of the Sky Guess Championships after a brilliant begin since Enzo Maresca took over at King Energy Stadium in July.
Tremendous Eagles midfielder, Wilfred Onyinye Ndidi, has picked curiosity from Arsenal’s North-London rivals, Tottenham Hotspur, and Europa League giants, Sevilla, Soccernet.ng studies.
The Leicester Metropolis midfielder joined the membership from Belgium facet, Genk, through the winter switch window in 2017, and instantly grew to become a daily for the Foxes, and has performed over 200 and fifty video games to this point.
The membership relegated final time period, and Enzo Maresca took over the reins at Leicester and employed the 26-year-old in a brand new midfield position, and the midfielder has blossomed up to now within the Sky Guess Championships.
His performances haven’t gone unnoticed and along with his contract expiring subsequent summer season, the Nigerian is free to enter into talks with golf equipment ranging from the primary day of subsequent yr.
In line with the Daily Express, Tottenham Hotspur have an interest within the companies of the 54-time capped Tremendous Eagle. The proposed transfer would reunite the participant with former teammate James Maddison.
Previously, Ndidi was strongly linked with the likes of Liverpool and Manchester United after The Foxes have been relegated from the English prime flight the golf equipment in query have been desperately in want of midfield reinforcements.
Elsewhere, based on Vamos Sevilla, seven-time UEFA Europa League winners, Sevilla are additionally within the companies of the 1.83m tall midfielder.
Sevilla’s sports activities director, Víctor Orta, has admitted to watching the contract state of affairs of the Nigerian carefully forward of a attainable transfer to the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium in June 2024.
This season, he has scored three objectives and copped 4 assists in fifteen matches. Twelve of these video games have been within the league, and the remaining three video games have been within the Carabao Cup.