A report claims huge French club Paris Saint-Germain have joined the pursuit to sign Leicester City star Wilfred Ndidi.
Retaining leading players such as Ndidi feels like it will still be the most vital aspect of the Foxes’ off-season. While the club has grown in stature, playing quality, squad strength and, presumably, wealth or funding, there is still a possibility that enormous outfits can swoop for and entice away prominent assets from the east Midlands side.
Thankfully the Nigeria man’s contract runs until 2024 with the King Power outfit; however, at a reported ?75,000-per-week as per Spotrac, LCFC will need to increase his wages in order to keep his head from turning. And there definitely seems to be some interest; attaining Champions League football for 2021/22 would surely help keep him.
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Unfortunately the sides that are apparently after Ndidi are a frightening line-up for the Blue Army to consider: Real Madrid, Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain. PSG are the latest addition in transfer rumours to be linked to the world-class midfielder.
A report carried by TEAMtalk suggests Leicester are considering selling one high profile player in order to fund other prospective signings on Filbert Way. One of which should be a proven striker, if what manager Brendan Rodgers said comes to fruition.