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PostPosted: Tue Feb 13, 2018 4:13 am 
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Ndidi signed for Leicester from Genk for £17m in January 2017 as they tried to fill the gap left by N’golo Kante after he left for Chelsea the previous summer.

Liverpool’s midfield has been lacking an industrious tackler like Ndidi for some years and with Emre Can looking likely to leave on a free transfer at the end of the season, a move for the Nigerian makes a lot of sense.

The Reds have a number of players capable of playing in central midfield but have no one who could be defined as an out-right defensive midfielder.

Former Liverpool player Didi Hamann recently spoke out about the Merseyside club lacking a true holding player, preventing their midfield from competing physically with those of their title rivals.

Ndidi signed for Leicester from Genk for £17m in January 2017 as they tried to fill the gap left by N’golo Kante after he left for Chelsea the previous summer.

Liverpool’s midfield has been lacking an industrious tackler like Ndidi for some years and with Emre Can looking likely to leave on a free transfer at the end of the season, a move for the Nigerian makes a lot of sense.

The Reds have a number of players capable of playing in central midfield but have no one who could be defined as an out-right defensive midfielder.

Former Liverpool player Didi Hamann recently spoke out about the Merseyside club lacking a true holding player, preventing their midfield from competing physically with those of their title rivals.

full details of the report are attached in the link
https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source= ... oWUMWG38CA

A couple of other football outlets are reporting the same thing.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 13, 2018 4:51 am 
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JJ! Dey wan put Ndidi on the bench with a shiny red jersey :laugh:

Ko ni da fun klop! :curse: God forbid bad thing. :thumbs:

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 13, 2018 5:43 am 
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Kongi I disagree o. Ndidi is presently the best out and out Defensive midfielder in the Epl and I highly doubt that he would be a benchwarmer at Liverpool except he drastically loses form. To me, ndidi is a Pure DM like a younger “Patrick veira” but I personally believe that he has the potential to become a “yaya toure” contigent on him adding some attacking qualities like passing, Shootings to his game. My brother, on current form ndidi will walk into Liverpool 11


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 13, 2018 7:15 am 
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He would do better at Spurs...

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 13, 2018 7:17 am 
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 13, 2018 7:20 am 
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heavyd wrote:
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Express UK and several other legit sites reported likewise, a little search will show it.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 13, 2018 7:21 am 
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We all knew that Ndidi will not last long in Leceister. He is too good for Puel and his merry band of jokers.
Anyway, I doubt anything will happen before the world cup. Just stay healthy my brother.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 13, 2018 7:22 am 
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Cristao II wrote:
He would do better at Spurs...


Chineke forbid bad thing!!!


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 13, 2018 8:06 am 
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Tobi17 wrote:
heavyd wrote:
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Express UK and several other legit sites reported likewise, a little search will show it.
The ones I've seen are quoting a Nigerian source.

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Cristao II wrote:
He would do better at Spurs...

Hopefully he doesn’t do such a thing!

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Eaglezbeak wrote:
Cristao II wrote:
He would do better at Spurs...

Hopefully he doesn’t do such a thing!


Jealousy no go kill you pipul :tic: Poch will take his game to a whole new level. Don't forget, Dembele is nearing the 30 something age. Tottenham is a youthful team

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Playing for Spuds would be retrogression. Next season they are likely to be fighting relegation.

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Cristao II wrote:
He would do better at Spurs...

Just like Sissoko has done better at Spurs....

No way, that club pays peanuts - even to it's star players. Nonsense!

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The YeyeMan wrote:
Cristao II wrote:
He would do better at Spurs...

Just like Sissoko has done better at Spurs....

No way, that club pays peanuts - even to it's star players. Nonsense!


You're truly YEYE PERSIN :tic: Was Sossoko doing well at Newcastle? Of all the players Poch has improved, you no fit mention one? See ya life, Hatorade no go quench you, lo ru ko Jesu. :taunt:

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Ndidi still has like 4+ years remaining on his Leicester contract.. Leicester would bargain hard, an upwards of £50m would be required before Leicester sanctions this transfer. personally, ndidi should wait 1-2 more years in Leicester before attempting a move..

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chuks69 wrote:
Ndidi still has like 4+ years remaining on his Leicester contract.. Leicester would bargain hard, an upwards of £50m would be required before Leicester sanctions this transfer. personally, ndidi should wait 1-2 more years in Leicester before attempting a move..


I agree ..Ndidi should wait. Maybe not 2 or more years. Perhaps at least after the WC. I'm a Liverpool fan and I'm not convinced Liverpool is the best fit for Ndidi. I see Chelsea as being the best fit of the top 6 for him. Ndidi shouldn't gamble his talent away on any bench. Not even Liverpool


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 13, 2018 10:16 pm 
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chuks69 wrote:
Ndidi still has like 4+ years remaining on his Leicester contract.. Leicester would bargain hard, an upwards of £50m would be required before Leicester sanctions this transfer. personally, ndidi should wait 1-2 more years in Leicester before attempting a move..


If Liverpool come calling with the money, no point in waiting. 2 years is a very long time in football.

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 17, 2018 1:48 am 
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In all honesty Ndidi is the only Nigerian player that has progressed in upward trajectory perhaps Victor Moses included for so many many years. Others either regressed as soon as they are noticed or become stagnant in their growth sometimes through injury or bereft of technical know- how or talent to participate in a higher level. I was hoping Onyekuru will follow sooth unfortunately he has sustained an almost a career ending injury. Something is definitely amiss with Nigeria God of soccer. Apparently he or she needs to be placated


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In all honesty Ndidi is the only Nigerian player that has progressed in upward trajectory perhaps Victor Moses included for so many many years. Others either regressed as soon as they are noticed or become stagnant in their growth sometimes through injury or bereft of technical know- how or talent to participate in a higher level. I was hoping Onyekuru will follow sooth unfortunately he has sustained an almost a career ending injury. Something is definitely amiss with Nigeria God of soccer. Apparently he or she needs to be placated


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Naby Keita is joining them next season, this is unlikely.

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In all honesty Ndidi is the only Nigerian player that has progressed in upward trajectory perhaps Victor Moses included for so many many years. Others either regressed as soon as they are noticed or become stagnant in their growth sometimes through injury or bereft of technical know- how or talent to participate in a higher level. I was hoping Onyekuru will follow sooth unfortunately he has sustained an almost a career ending injury. Something is definitely amiss with Nigeria God of soccer. Apparently he or she needs to be placated


Something is definitely amiss

Even as disjointed as we are as a nation, we are due for some stars.

You have stars popping up from the most random places on the planet.

May the gods of football please forgive us.

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Naby Keita is joining them next season, this is unlikely.


Entirely different position. Keita is a CM, not a DM. Keita can play as a DM, but that would be detrimental to his overall gameplay, as it would stifle his forward runs. Keita is probably the only player out there equally apt at playing as an AM and as a DM.


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