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Leicester City: Wilfred Ndidi will miss rest of season with knee injury

Leicester City's Wilfred Ndidi will miss the rest of the season with a knee injury. The Nigeria midfielder limped off in his side's 2-1 second-leg defeat by Rennes in the Europa Conference League earlier this month. Ndidi, 25, has since undergone surgery and will be sidelined for the run-in. Leicester...
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Wilfred Ndidi injury blow for Leicester with midfielder to miss the rest of the season

Wilfred Ndidi will definitely miss the rest of the season, Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers has said.The midfielder was expected to sit out the Foxes’ run-in after suffering a knee injury in the Europa Conference League win in Rennes this month.He has now had surgery and is not due back until pre-season in the summer.“He’ll be out for the season which is a shame for us. He picked up a nasty injury which he had to have surgery on and he’ll recover for June,” Rodgers said.“He’ll get ready for next season. It’s a bit unfortunate, he’s been a brilliant player for...
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Wilfred Ndidi injury blow for Leicester

Wilfred Ndidi will definitely miss the rest of the season, Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers has said. The midfielder was expected to sit out the Foxes’ run-in after suffering a knee injury in the Europa Conference League win in Rennes this month. He has now had surgery and is not...
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Wilfred Ndidi injury news takes shine off Leicester’s win over Brentford

Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers revealed there was doubt over whether Wilfred Ndidi will play again this season following the 2-1 victory over Brentford.Midfielder Ndidi missed the Premier League contest at the King Power Stadium due to a knee injury, having been forced off – like winger Marc Albrighton – during Thursday’s Europa Conference League match at Rennes on Thursday.And giving an update on the pair after the win against the Bees, Rodgers said: “Marc hopefully should be back close to after the international break, if he’s not back by then. It’s just a tweak in his groin.“Wilf’s not so good....
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Leicester set to be without Wilfred Ndidi for Premier League game with Brentford

Leicester look set to be without Wilfred Ndidi for Sunday’s Premier League clash with Brentford at the King Power Stadium. Boss Brendan Rodgers has said the knee injury the midfielder sustained in the Europa Conference League match at Rennes on Thursday “might keep him out for a few weeks”, and the Foxes are also assessing Marc Albrighton following his early withdrawal due to a groin issue.
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Leicester set to open contract talks with Nigerian star Wilfred Ndidi

There is some potentially significant Leicester City news on the horizon, as the Foxes are set to open contract talks with Nigerian star Wilfred Ndidi. Is rewarding midfield linchpin and defensive-minded stalwart, Ndidi a necessity on Filbert Way? Absolutely it is. And don’t let anyone tell you differently. When fit, the 25-year-old is effectively undroppable at Leicester; not to mention being in and around the apex of top European footballers with regards to statistics.
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Wilfred Ndidi reveals squad feeling after covid outbreak and two games cancelled

Leicester City midfielder Wilfred Ndidi has revealed the feeling within the Foxes squad after a covid outbreak and two successive games were cancelled. The previous occasion when Leicester last played a match was versus Newcastle United in the Premier League, and the Foxes were 4-0 winners on the day. Following that the Tottenham Hotspur clash was called off at rather a late moment, then the Everton contest was also postponed but this time a bit in advance.
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Leicester confident they can add Carabao Cup to FA Cup win, says Wilfred Ndidi

Wilfred Ndidi insists lifting the FA Cup gives Leicester City confidence they can repeat that success in the Carabao Cup this season.The Foxes won the FA Cup for the first time in their history in May, defeating Chelsea 1-0 at Wembley courtesy of Youri Tielemans’ superb second-half strike.Leicester have won England’s other domestic cup competition three times, but not since 2000, and face Liverpool at Anfield on Wednesday night for a place in the semi-finals.Brendan Rodgers’ team will be underdogs once more but Ndidi believes they are capable of adding more silverware to the club’s name.“It is really possible. The...
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