Leicester City and Super Eagles midfielder Wilfred Ndidi has been deemed as irreplaceable by his club manager Brendan Rodgers.
Ahead of their game versus Slavia Prague, Leicester City gaffer in his own UEFA Europa League round of 32 presser talked about the possibility of losing Wilfred Ndidi in the summer.
Since his arrival from Genk in 2017, Wilf has been fantastic for Foxes and has made a name for himself in the Premier League and even in Europe at large.
The Nigeria international was tipped to join a top six side at the end of last season but still remained at the King Power where he’s been seen as the soul of the team.
His performance in huge games have been encouraging and hasn’t gone unnoticed with the likes of Arsenal, Man United, Liverpool and Chelsea keeping tabs on Wilfred.
The Scottish tactician was quizzed about the possibility of losing Ndidi to bigger clubs, Rodgers was quoted as saying by Leicestershire Live:
“He’s one of the top players in world football. His quality in his football is improving all the time.
“He is irreplaceable for us. He’s fantastic for a young player.
“What is pleasing as a coach, is that he wants to learn. He will improve and get better.
“I’m so happy he plays in my team.”
Wilfred Ndidi is tied with Leicester City up until the end of the 2023-2024 campaign.