- Wilfred Ndidi seems to have paved a way for himself in top European Leagues
- The Nigerian star is wanted by both Manchester United and Paris Saint Germain this summer
- PSG are also targeting Thomas Partey of Atletico Madrid and former Chelsea star Tiemoue Bakayoko
Nigerian football star Wilfred Ndidi could leave Leicester City at the end of this season with Manchester United and Paris Saint Germain showing interest in him.
The defensive midfielder has done well enough to attract interests to himself from top managers in Europe.
Since his move to the King Power Stadium in 2017, the 23-year-old has been impressive for the Foxes having finished atop of the Premier League most tacklers chart for two straight seasons.
Before the league went on a compulsory break, Ndidi made 23 appearances and he was key to their third position on the table as it stands.
Reports in England reveal that his performances stirred up interests in the Red Devils boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who has now been linked with a move for him this summer.
SunSport added that United have the blessings of their legend Rio Ferdinand to go after the Super Eagles star.
However, that may not be possible with money bag PSG jumping in the chase for the midfielder whose deal with Leicester expires in 2024.
The Parisians are also targeting Atletico Madrid's Thomas Partey and Monaco's Tiemoue Bakayoko as potential targets.
Despite joining the Premier League club for just £17 million in 2016, the Foxes will demand at least £45m for his signature.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Leicester City man Wilfred Ndidi has been impressive in recent times for the Foxes and now Ligue 1 giants PSG are in hot chase of the midfielder, ESPN reports.
In anticipation of the transfer window, it was gathered that the club are also interested in Atletico Madrid's Thomas Partey and Monaco's Tiemoue Bakayoko.
Ndidi has been in spectacular form in the English Premier League before the season was suspended, with several other top clubs interested in the 23-year-old.
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