The explosive Super Eagles midfielder has been out of action for three weeks, but he is close to making his return
Leicester City coach Brendan Rodgers has confirmed that Super Eagles midfielder Wilfred Ndidi has returned to training, and could be available for their game against Manchester City on Saturday.
Ndidi had been out of action for the past three weeks because of a niggling hamstring injury he suffered in the Foxes’ 4-0 win against Nottingham Forest on the 3rd of October. The injury ruled out the 25-year-old midfielder from Leicester City’s last four Premier League games.
However, in what is good news, Leicester City boss Rodgers has announced that Genk man would be back soon.
“Ndidi has been back training with the squad, his availability is important, so thankfully he is available,” Rodgers said as per Football Daily.
Ndidi’s presence could be a huge confidence booster for Leicester City ahead of the tough clash against in-form Manchester City.
The Foxes look like they have found their feet after a very poor start to the season. And they would look to get one over the English champions when they visit the King Power.