Wilfred Ndidi Returns to Leicester City Training Ahead of Premier League Clash With Manchester City
- Wilfred Ndidi has returned to training after the Leicester City midfielder missed four matches due to injury
- The Nigerian international was spotted at the Seagrave training ground as the Foxes prepare for a clash with Manchester City
- Brendan Rodgers had expressed fears during their game against Wolverhampton, as Ndidi was not named in the matchday squad
Nigerian international Wilfred Ndidi has returned to Leicester City training, as the Foxes prepare for their clash against Manchester City on Saturday, October 29.
The defensive midfielder had missed four games due to injury, but he was seen back in at the club’s Seagrave training ground.
Ndidi suffered a hamstring injury and was out of action for a major part of October, as Brendan Rodgers also did not want to risk playing him against Wolverhampton.
The 25-year-old was pictured alongside his teammates during their training session, as posted on Wednesday morning on the club’s official social media accounts.
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The image caption read as follows:
“Wilf’s (Wilfred) back on the training pitches as he continues his recovery from a hamstring injury.”
Ndidi a boost for Nigeria
Ndidi’s return will also be a big boost for Super Eagles coach Jose Peseiro, who is preparing his side for the friendly matches against Costa Rica and Portugal next month.
The three-time African champions will face Los Ticos in a send-forth game in San Jose on November 10, before taking on Portugal in Lisbon a week later.
Wilfred Ndidi on daddy duties
Meanwhile, Sports Brief had reported that Nigerian international Ndidi was spotted stepping out with his lovely daughter in grand style as he took care of daddy duties.
Being injured did not stop him from having special time for his family members, as he shared a photo of the moment he stepped out with little princess Jaina.
In a photo shared by the midfielder on his Instagram account, Ndidi held his daughter’s hand as they walked towards one of their cars.
Moritz Jenz reveals why he ignored Nigeria
Sports Brief earlier reported that Celtic defender Moritz Jenz has explained why he opted to play for Germany, thereby ruling out the chance of featuring for the Super Eagles of Nigeria.
The 23-year-old is currently on loan at the Scottish club from French Ligue 1 side Lorient where two Nigerians, Terem Moffi and Innocent Bonke ply their trades.
He was born in Berlin to a Nigerian-born father and a German mother and is eligible to play for both the Super Eagles and Germany.
Source: Sports Brief News