Wilfred Ndidi has been linked with a move away from King Power stadium since Leicester City relegated to the second tier of the English football league
Leicester City’s versatile midfielder, Wilfred Ndidi, has proven his adaptability and value to the team under the guidance of coach Enzo Maresca.
Despite swirling transfer rumors linking him with a move to Fenerbahce, Ndidi has taken on a new role within the squad.
Coach Maresca has been impressed with Ndidi’s performances and has underlined his importance within the team, particularly in light of competition from Cesare Casadei.
Ndidi’s role has evolved, as he has been deployed in an attacking midfield position, demonstrating his willingness to contribute to offensive plays.
“He’s trying to do something that he never has before, to arrive in the box and to try to be an offensive midfielder. He’s doing very well at that,” acknowledged Maresca, as quoted by Leicester Mercury.
In the opening stages of the season, Ndidi has made significant contributions, featuring in all three of Leicester City’s games, starting two of them and even finding the back of the net once.
However, Ndidi’s future at the club has been shrouded in uncertainty due to his contract situation. With less than a year remaining on his current contract, speculation regarding a potential move to Fenerbahce has been circulating.
The transfer whispers have raised questions about Ndidi’s long-term commitment to the King Power stadium.
Despite the transfer speculations, Ndidi’s performances on the field continue to make a statement and will be looking to continue his impressive form for the Foxes as they tackle Cardiff City this weekend.