Super Eagles midfielder, Wilfred Ndidi has been named the 10th Most Valuable Midfielder in the transfer market, AOIFootball.com reports.
The former KRC Genk star is valued at €45 million to rank him 10th in the world and second in Africa with Ghana and Atletico Madrid’s Thomas Partey leading the line for the most Valuable African Midfielder with a value of €50 million.
Manchester City’s midfielder Rodri leads the line alongside Bayern Munich Joshua Kimmich who are both valued at 80 million Euros with the trio of Fabinho, Casemiro and Jorginho completing the top 5 most valuable defensive midfielders.
The 23-year-old midfielder has been a remarkable acquisition for the Foxes since his winter acquisition in 2017, growing to become an integral part of Leicester City squad as they hope to make a return to Europe next season.
The Nigerian currently leads the pack for the most interceptions in the EPL this season with 56 and also has the second-most tackles in England (86), completing an average of 4.1 tackles per game.