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Ndidi’s move to Man U shaky

February 5, 2019
Ndidi in action for Leicester City.

Indications have emerged on why Manchester United may not sign Super Eagles midfielder, Wilfred Ndidi, next summer after all.
Tribunesport had earlier reported that that the 20-time English champions were planning to sign the Leicester City player should they fail to sign Real Madrid defender Raphael Verane.
Tribunesport reliably gathered that Manchester United have agreed personal terms with the French World Cup winner during the January transfer window. This development simply means that the Red Devils will have to drop the idea of bringing Ndidi to the Theatre of Dreams.
Meanwhile, Madrid president, Florentino Perez, is the reason why Verane’s deal didn’t go through this transfer window as he’s not ready to let him go without a competent replacement.
Tribunesport understands that Ndidi’s market value, which has risen from £20 million to £35 million is another reason why the Manchester United management is looking in the direction of Napoli’s Kalidou Koulibaly and Verane ahead of the 2019/2020 season.
Leicester City FC, Tribunesport understands, are also doing everything possible to cash in on Ndidi’s rising profile, who is currently rated Nigeria’s number one player and the world’s 49th best in the midfield.
For instance, the manager, Claude Puel, according to media reports, is saying that Ndidi will not be sold for any price for now.

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