- Leicester City are worried January signing Wilfred Ndidi could dump them in the summer
- Reports claim Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United are interested in the midfielder
- Leicester signed the Nigerian for £17m from Genk in the January transfer window
Leicester City could lose Wilfred Ndidi to one of Arsenal, Manchester United or Liverpool after reports claimed he was being monitored by the clubs.
According to the Mirror, the Foxes fear they could lose the midfielder who joined for £17m from Genk in the January transfer window.
Ndidi has ably filled the void left by Kante since joning in January and has helped the Foxes to four consecutive Premier League wins.
NAIJ.com recalls that the central midfielder rejected a move to Arsenal before signing with Leicester City and the Gunners will reopen their interest when the window opens.
It was also gathered that United, Southampton and Bundesliga side Hamburg are looking to sign the midfielder due to his performance in the middle of the park.
Ndidi scored his second Leicester goal against Stoke at the weekend as the Foxes won 2 - 0 against the Potters.