Wilfred Ndidi breaks silence on Leicester City future

Wilfred Ndidi
Wilfred Ndidi's contract at Leicester City expires at the end of the season -Credit:Plumb Images

Wilfred Ndidi has spoken about his Leicester City future for the first time since the club’s title triumph.

Ndidi is one of the players out of contract at the King Power Stadium this summer, alongside the likes of Jamie Vardy, Jannik Vestergaard and Kelechi Iheanacho. It is unclear if the Foxes will offer Ndidi a new deal to extend his stay at the club, having joined them back in 2017.

Speaking about City’s Championship title win and their return to the Premier League, the 27-year-old is said to have told African website Complete Sports: “It is good to be back to the Premier League after being relegated, and struggling back to EPL is actually something we don’t want to go back to again.

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“I think morale is high, expectation is high, we have to ensure we do not return to the Championship. It’s a tough place to play.”

And on his future, his stance is said to be to want to stay at Leicester, but he reportedly added: “If a good chance comes, I won’t mind trying my luck elsewhere but for now I remain a Leicester City player.”

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