Leicester City midfielder, Wilfred Onyinyen Ndidi’s agent has refrained from making any categorical statement on reported interest in the star by Liverpool, as the player’s representative says they are yet to get any official offer from The Reds.
In the wake of reports that emerged early Tuesday hinting at a summer move to Anfield for Ndidi, the player’s minders and mentors insist a formal bid has to come forth before they can make any comment on a possible link to Liverpool for their ward.
Liverpool have already struck terms with Bundesliga side RB Leipzig of Germany for the future transfer of Guinean kid, Naby Keita, and the central midfielder will join the Anfield outfit on July 1.
In the current season, Ndidi has won the most tackles in the English Premier League, with an average of 4.2 per game, but the 21-year-old is contracted to Leicester until the end of the 2021-2022 season.
It is claimed that the Reds are prepared to pay more than £50m to land the signature of The Foxes’ number 25, but the former Racing Genk of Belgium star’s camp is calling for caution.
”This is not true. Liverpool have not contacted the player nor Leicester City. No bid has been received,” Ndidi’s representative stated.