Leicester City Resist Offers For Ndidi

Leicester City will resist any offers for Wilfred Ndidi in the transfer window amid speculation 
linking the 23-year-old Nigerian midfielder with French champions Paris St-Germain and Manchester United.
United have been linked with a move for Ndidi and Liverpool have an admirer in Wout Weghorst.
As for Ndidi possibly swapping Leicester City for Man United, a report indicated that the Foxes will not sell the holding midfielder who has flourished during
Ndidi, still just 23 years old, has grown into his role as N’Golo Kante’s replacement and has been pivotal in Brendan Rodgers’ side sitting in third place in the Premier League with nine games to go.
Man United, PSG and Arsenal have all been linked with a move for Ndidi but the best fit would surely be the Red Devils, both for the player and in terms of a prospective new club.
Ndidi would be perfect to slot into Man United’s central midfield to add poise as well as power, as his interceptions and reading of the game suit Man United’s counter-attacking style.

In truth, Ndidi is probably a few seasons away from a ‘big move’ but if he keeps up this form it would be tough for Leicester to keep him, which was the case with Harry Maguire last summer.
Staying in the north west of England, Liverpool have an admirer in Wolfsburg striker Wout Weghorst.
The Dutch forward, 27, is looking at a move away from the Bundesliga and his prolific scoring record in Holland and Germany will have plenty of clubs interested.
Weghorst is very interested in reigning European champions and current runaway Premier League leaders Liverpool.

“I always found Liverpool very special,” Weghorst told Goal. “I still get goosebumps from ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’. There are other great English clubs too, and I always liked Milan because so many Dutch played there. I am ambitious and want to get ahead. Maybe at some point play at another club, whether in Germany or in England? But at the moment it is still far away. I feel good and try to achieve the maximum here.”