Brentford and Brighton are showing everyone how it should be done. Everton and Southampton are irrefutably not. And Liverpool have lost their Midas touch.
Leicester boss Rodgers has revealed that midfielder Ndidi is expected to be out for several weeks with a hamstring injury.
“He’ll be out for the season which is a shame for us. He picked up a nasty injury which he had to have surgery.”
“We’re just waiting for a second opinion on that but whether he’ll play for the rest of the season or not.”
“He’s worth much more than that.”
Steven Gerrard is ‘desperate’ to bring a defensive midfielder to Aston Villa. He also wants James Milner.
“We’ve done it and it we can still do it. It all depends on us to actually be at our best in every single game.”
Gary Neville has named three players outside of the ‘Big Six’ who he would like to have seen play for Man United…
“I am very happy for him because he’s doing wonderfully well now for Leicester and everyone can see.”
Manchester United and friends will have money to throw around in the summer. It should go towards this overlooked lot.
Man Utd should look into that Atletico Madrid pair for starters. Are they still getting Rio in as sporting director?
Rodgers insists Leicester will not rush Ndidi back from injury.
Rodgers revealed Ndid “might need a slight operation.”
Why are Man United so obsessed with Bruno Fernandes and Sean Longstaff when two more sensible options exist?
“I am focusing on AFCON with Nigeria now, and then pre-season with Leicester City…”
You’ll have to sift through all the England thoughts first, mind. Kyle Walker can bugger off.
Might Liverpool need their subs to make the difference? Could Ndidi hold the key to Leicester success?
Wilfred Ndidi was linked with Liverpool in the summer, but has signed a six-year Leicester deal.
Young Player of the Year aged 24? A nonsense. Here is a proper list of relative rookies.
The rumours were a load of old b***ocks but they spread because the 21-year-old is a whirlwind of tackle.