Liverpool, Manchester United and Arsenal will not succeed in acquiring Leicester City’s midfielder, Wilfred Ndidi, this summer, according to Allnigeriasoccer.
The Forces are unwilling to sell the Nigeria international.
The central midfielder has been linked with a move to all the big clubs in the Premier League, with United, Liverpool and Arsenal all credited with an interest in him.
The website reports that no official bid has been submitted by the clubs even though they are genuinely interested in signing him.
The club have decided not to sell Ndidi, who is valued in the region of 60 million euros because it does not make business sense.
It would be difficult for Leicester to sign a capable replacement for Ndidi because there are few players with his qualities and their services don’t come cheap.
Ndidi, who is currently with the Super Eagles executing the African Cup of Nations in Egypt, is contracted to Leicester City until June 30, 2024.DON'T MISS: Download Edujandon.com News app and get latest news updates directly to your phone!