- Wilfred Ndidi could be on his way to Manchester United this summer
- United scouts are said to have recommended the Nigerian for Solskjaer
- Ndidi has been playing for Leicester City for the past three seasons
Manchester United have reportedly joined Paris-Saint-Germain and Arsenal in the race to sign Nigerian midfielder Wilfred Ndidi who currently plays for Leicester City in the Premier League.
Before the Leagues in Europe were suspended, Wilfred Ndidi's performances caught the attention of Real Madrid and Paris-Saint-Germain.
But there are fresh reports that Paris-Saint-Germain have cooled down on tracking Wilfred Ndidi's signature and they may go for another player this summer.
Real Madrid on the other hand have not made their official interest in Wilfred Ndidi who has been playing for Leicester City for the past three seasons.
According to the report on Express UK, Manchester United have now prioritized signing Wilfred Ndidi this summer so as to give the likes of Paul Pogba and Fernandes competition.
There are also reports that Manchester United scouts have watched Wilfred Ndidi and have recommended him for the Red Devils' chiefs.
Ndidi no doubt has been impressive for Leicester City since he joined the Foxes replacing Ngolo Kante who moved to Chelsea.
Also in the national team which is the Super Eagles, Wilfred Ndidi is an important member of Gernot Rohr's team.
Leicester City are currently occupying third position on the Premier League table with hopes of finishing among the top four at the end of the season.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa named his teammate at the national team Wilfred Ndidi as the one who named him 'The Governor' which is what many people call him now.
Ahmed Musa is one of the successful Nigerian players considering the wealth he has acquired in football having played in the Russian Premier League and also in the English topflight.
He recently had an exclusive Instagram live interview with Legit.ng where he spoke on many things from how he started his football career before playing for the Super Eagles.
And when the former Premier League star was asked to explain why he is being called 'The Governor' by Nigerians and also in many part of the world, he revealed that Wilfred Ndidi gave him the name.
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