Manchester United Bid For Wilfred Ndidi CONFIRMED! (Details)

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Manchester United are ready to make a move for Leicester City and Nigeria midfielder Wilfred Ndidi, MySportDab reports.

The Foxes midfielder has been impressive since making the move to England which have seen him being ranked as one of the best in Premier League.

Wilfred Ndidi to Manchester United could be on the table as the red devils are looking at the option of making a move happen.

Wilfred Ndidi

The Nigerian would play a huge role at Old Trafford if a move gets to happen as this isn’t the first time he has been linked to a switch elsewhere.

Manchester United will launch a move for Leicester City’s Wilfred Ndidi, according to latest reports reaching us per Fichajes.

The Red Devils want the Nigeria international to function as a key pivot for them if a deal can be reached with Leicester City.

Manchester United feel they can pinch him from the struggling Foxes who might likely not offer him more in terms of Champions League football.

Wilfred Ndidi has remained impressive at the King Power Stadium this year, and played in Leicester’s FA Cup final triumph last term.

They defeat Chelsea in the final which saw them finished last season with a trophy and went on to claim the Community Shield earlier this campaign.

Reports of possible Paul Pogba exit could open door for Wilfred Ndidi to play more role with them if the move happens.

They can also play both player in the middle which could also help them so much in making sure their midfield is more solid.

The 24-year-old is currently worth €60 million in the transfer market as of this season 2021-2022.

His fee shouldn’t be something Manchester United can’t afford as he provide more than just enough of what they need to push for Premier League title this season.

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