- Wilfred Ndidi is a Nigerian footballer playing for Leicester City in England
- The super midfielder has posted a photo of himself and his pretty daughter
- Leicester City are currently occupying third position on the Premier League table
Super Eagles midfielder Wilfred Ndidi who currently plays for Premier League side Leicester City has posted an adorable photo of himself and daughter chilling in their house in England.
Jaina is the name of Wilfred Ndidi's precious daughter and the Nigerian football star has been in a joyous mood since his wife Fortune delivered in May 2020.
Looking at the photo Wilfred Ndidi posted on his snap-chat, the Nigerian can be seen in an awesome mood with his daughter.
Ndidi is one of the best midfielders in the world considering his superb performances since he started playing for Premier League side Leicester City.
He made his Belgian Pro League debut with Genk on January 31, 2015, against Charleroi which ended in a loss and played the first 74 minutes of the game before being substituted.
During the Belgian League play-off game against Club Brugge, Ndidi scored a long-range goal which was named the goal of the season in the Belgian league.
Since joining Leicester City in 2017, Wilfred Ndidi has played 130 games for the Foxes scoring seven goals so far.
He has also been playing for the Super Eagles since 2015 and has featured in 36 games for the three-time African champions.
Ndidi was superb for Super Eagles in their campaign at the 2019 African Cup of Nations in Egypt.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Stoke City star Mikel Obi expressed delight having played against his former national team-mate, Wilfred Ndidi, following their FA Cup clash on Saturday, January 9.
Mikel’s Stoke City were knocked out of the FA Cup 4-0 in the third round by the Foxes at the Bet365 Stadium.
James Austin, Marc Albrighton, Ayoze Perez and Havery Barnes all found the back of net each in the encounter to help the Foxes cruise to the next round of the prestigious competition.
Mikel announced his retirement from national team football shortly after helping Nigeria win a bronze medal at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt.
The 33-year-old took to his social media page to confirm his decision saying he ended his senior career exactly where he started in 2006.