FRENCH giants Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) are considering placing an audacious bid for Super Eagles midfielder Wilfred Ndidi with the club planning to make an offer said to be worth between €45m and €50m for his services.
Ndidi, 23, is one of the hottest properties in world football at the moment, as for two years ruining, he has won more tackles than any other midfielder in the English Premier League. However, he is contracted to Leicester City until 2024, so to prize him away will involved any potential buyer coughing up a king’s ransom.
PSG, who have recently been crowned French champions after the league there was declared to be over, are looking to strengthen their squad ahead of next season. With the French title now in the bag, PSG are looking for w world class anchor, so have turned their attention to Ndidi alongside the likes of Tiémoué Bakayoko and Thomas Partey.
It is believed that Leicester will demand between €45m and €50m before letting go of Ndidi, as he has been central to the club’s good run this season. This latest news comes as it was reported that Lille have received a €75m bid for Super Eagles striker Victor Osimhen from an undisclosed English club.