Liverpool ‘agree’ terms with Super Eagles star over a move to Anfield

– Wilfred Ndidi has reportedly agreed personal terms to join Liverpool

– The Leicester City star has been superb for the club since he joined in January 2017

– Liverpool want him to replace Emre Can who is expected to leave this summer

Premier League giants Liverpool have reportedly agreed terms with Super Eaglesmidfielder Wilfred Ndidi for a move to Anfield at the end of the going EPL season.

The Nigerian international has been superb this season for Leicester City, and Liverpool want the 21-year-old to leave the King Power Stadium.

Liverpool are said to be looking for the signing of Wilfred Ndidi as a replacement for Emre Can who is expected to leave the club this summer.

However, Guinean journalist Alpha Balde has sensationally claimed that Liverpool have already found their man.

He reports that the Anfield landlords have contacted Ndidi over a possible switch in the summer and adds the midfielder has already said yes.

Wilfred Ndidi joined Leicester City in January 2917 from Genk for £17m and has accumulated 14 caps for his country to date.

He is expected to be part of the Super Eagles squad that will campaign at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.

Earlier, Voice of the East had reported how Premier League campaigners Liverpool are interested in the signing of Super Eagles midfielder Wilfred Ndidi who currently plays for Leicester City.

Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp wants to bolster his squad for the next Premier League season and he is said to have identified the 21-year-old Nigerian as his target.

In January 2017, Wilfred Ndidi completed a move to Leicester City from Genk as the club signed him as a replacement for Frenchman N’Golo Kante who moved to Chelsea.


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