The good news for Leicester City is that Wilfred Ndidi is anticipated to return to action soon after suffering an injury on international duty.

The 25-year-old Nigerian midfielder has recently made his comeback to Super Eagles after missing the 2022 FIFA World Cup playoff against Black Stars of Ghana due to an injury he sustained in the Foxes UEFA Europa Conference League encounter with Stade Rennes in March.

Ndidi was forced to quit the Super Eagles training camp in Algeria after he injured his hamstrings.

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Former Genk star featured in Leicester City’s 6-2 defeat to Tottenham before the international break.

According to Oluwashima Okeleji, a BBC Sport reporter in Africa, has said that Ndidi had a grade one hamstring tear.

Leicester are hoping Wilfred Ndidi will recover from his hamstring injury in time for the fixture vs Nottingham Forest on October 3.

“He withdrew from the Nigeria squad vs Algeria after sustaining the problem in training. Leicester City scans revealed he picked up a grade one tear.”

Ndidi will not add to his 47 international caps when Super Eagles battle Algeria on Tuesday night.

Super Eagles midfielder has featured in all matches for Leicester City in the 2022-23 Premier League campaign as Brenda Rogers’ side sit bottom of the table with a point after seven rounds of matches.

Ndidi will hopes to help Foxes  when they welcome Nottingham Forest on Monday  night King Power Stadium before visisting Vitality Stadium to take on Bournemouth.

 

 

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