Super Eagles midfielder Wilfred Ndidi has revealed his retirement plan after completing the Business Management course at De Montfort University in the United Kingdom.

The 25-year-old Nigeria international has been combining his football career at King Power Stadium with his education at Leicester.

Ndidi teamed up with Brenda Rogers’men on 5 January 2017 for a £17 million transfer deal from KRC Genk and the Super Eagles maestro has gone featured 210 times and scored 11 goals in all competitions.

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The Lagos-born star still has his eyes set on formal education after he completes his diploma course in business Management at De Monfort UUniversity’she made this known in a video interview with Football Daily.

Ndidi said: “It’s just to enlighten me about business and entrepreneurship and tourism also,”

“Yes (I enjoyed it). I’m done. I did like a 10-class course which can enroll me into a proper university degree,” he added.

Ndidi said it will help him begin a degree properly in the future but still intends to enroll in a proper degree program.

Ndidi’s Leicester City have had a bad start to the Premier League season, with just one point from their first three league games.

Ndidi and Leicester will travel to Stamford Bridge to take on Chelsea on Saturday afternoon kick-off as they hope to secure their first win of the campaign.

 

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