Leicester manager, Brendan Rodgers says Nigeria international, Wilfred Ndidi is a doubt to play on Friday match against Wolve because he remains short of full fitness after a knee operation.
Wilfred Ndidi is unlikely to be fit for Leicester City’s trip to Wolves because of a reaction to his knee operation.
The midfielder had surgery on an injured meniscus in January and did not return to action. He was out of action against Chelsea when Leicester played 2-2 draw with the Blues.
“He came back very quickly and played in the West Ham game and the Aston Villa game, but he’s had a little reaction to his operation.
Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers on his side’s.
The 25-years-old Nigeria international played 106 games for Leicester City and scored 6 goals
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