When the summer transfer market opens, Aston Villa is considering a move for Nigeria midfielder Wilfred Ndidi.
According to the Daily Star, the Premier League team sees Wilfred Ndidi as an ideal replacement for Mali midfielder Yves Bissouma.
In the January transfer window, Villa was linked with a move for Bissouma, but they were unable to reach an agreement with Brighton.
Villa manager Steven Gerrard has identified the Super Eagles anchorman as a possible replacement for the Mali international.
According to Transfermarkt, Ndidi is presently Nigeria’s joint-most valued player, with a market value of £50 million.
Since his arrival in January 2017, he has established himself as one of the Foxes’ important players, with only Bissouma having more tackles and interceptions since the start of the season.
Since Wilfred Ndidi’s arrival at Leicester, he has won the FA cup and the Community Shield, beating Chelsea and Man City in the process.