EPL: Leicester City manager, Rodgers announces positive injury update on Ndidi
Wilfred Ndidi has finally recovered from injury.
According to manager Brendan Rodgers, Wilfred Ndidi will be available for Saturday’s Premier League match between Leicester City and Manchester City.
Ndidi has been sidelined ever since the Foxes’ 4-0 victory over Nottingham Forest on October 3 when his hamstring injury relapsed.
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Due to the setback, the midfielder has missed Leicester City’s last four contests.
The Nigerian has resumed full training with his teammates, according to Rodgers, and is prepared to take on the champs.
The club’s official website cites Rodgers as saying, “The most important thing is he’s (Ndidi) back training in the team and he’s looked well with the players.”
The most significant factor is availability, and happily he is. Last Saturday, Marc Albrighton was unmistakably back. All of us are OK.
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The news will also please Jose Peseiro, the head coach of the Super Eagles, who will depend on Ndidi in the forthcoming international friendly against Portugal.
On November 17, a friendly matchup versus the former European champions will take place at Lisbon’s Estadio Jose Alvalade.
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