Super Eagles midfielder Wilfred Ndidi, 21, has dedicated his future to Leicester Metropolis after signing a new six-year contract with the Premiership membership.
The deal was confirmed as we speak after Leicester’s 2-Zero victory at residence to Wolves on Saturday.
Talking on the new deal, Ndidi who has performed 63 instances for the Foxes since becoming a member of from Belgian facet Genk in a £14m deal in January 2017, informed the membership’s official web site, “I am very completely happy to signal this contract with Leicester Metropolis. I’ve loved each second of my time with the soccer membership, so I am thrilled to be right here for six extra years.
Collectively with my team-mates and our fantastic supporters, I hope we are able to stay up for many extra incredible moments.”
The membership have been additionally happy to maintain Ndidi on the King Energy Stadium until 2014.
“Leicester Metropolis Soccer Membership is delighted to verify that Wilfred Ndidi has signed a new contract, preserving him at King Energy Stadium till June 2024,” the membership mentioned in an announcement.
“Within the 18 months since his arrival from Belgian facet Genk, the 21-year-old has developed into one of many Premier League’s most enjoyable skills in addition to a key member of Leicester Metropolis’s first staff squad.”