Wilfried Ndidi has suffered a hamstring injury. And from the results of the detailed scan, it is estimated that he will take up to 5 weeks to recover.
Brendan Rodgers received bad news. With their key defensive midfielder Wilfried Ndidi out due to a hamstring injury, Leicester will miss their next seven games.
The 24-year-old midfielder has been told by medical staff that he could be out for up to five weeks with a hamstring injury he sustained during Leicester’s 2-2 draw with Burnley. A headache for Rodgers enough to organize the army because he is an important player in the team. He has made 31 appearances since February. And it is expected that he will miss about 7 matches to help the agency.
In the absence of the Nigeria midfielder, Leicester City have a tough schedule to play at home to Manchester United and Arsenal. And there is a Europa League home – away game with Spartak Moscow while the Nigerian national team. He will miss helping his national team in a World Cup qualifier against Central African States.
Speaking of Wilfried Ndidi’s injury, Rodgers said : “Widfried was injured against Burnley, which was unfortunate. It may take four or five weeks for him to return to full fitness. We will come again to see what it will be like.”