Leicester City’s dynamic midfielder, Wilfred Ndidi, remains unfazed by the swirling rumors connecting him to a potential move to Liverpool. The 21-year-old Nigerian international, touted as a candidate to fill the void left by departing German midfielder Emre Can at Anfield, asserts that he is solely concentrated on his current responsibilities with Leicester City.
Despite emerging as one of the most impactful players in the Foxes’ lineup, particularly noted for leading the Premier League in tackles won this season, Ndidi remains tight-lipped about his future prospects. Having joined Leicester City in January 2017, the young Super Eagles star has exhibited a level of maturity beyond his years.
In an exclusive interview with thesun.co.uk, Ndidi expressed his resolute focus on the present, stating, “I don’t think about this. Any move to a bigger club will take care of itself if I keep doing my thing.” This composed response underscores Ndidi’s commitment to letting his on-field performances dictate the trajectory of his career.
Having featured in all 30 Premier League games for Leicester City this season, Ndidi has proven to be an indispensable asset for the team. His steadfast dedication to his craft, coupled with a pragmatic approach to his future, exemplifies a player determined to let his footballing prowess speak for itself.
As the transfer speculations continue to swirl around Ndidi, the young midfielder remains an epitome of professionalism, focusing on the task at hand rather than succumbing to the distractions of off-field chatter.