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Leicester’s Wilfred Ndidi could be out for up to 12 weeks with abductor injury

Leicester star Wilfred Ndidi suffers huge injury blow as he faces abductor surgery leaving him on the sidelines for up to 12 weeks

  • Nigerian sustained setback in Sunday’s Premier League win over Burnley
  • Ndidi has been playing as a makeshift defender in the absence of Jonny Evans 
  • He was forced to miss Leicester’s Carabao Cup defeat by Arsenal on Wednesday 

Leicester have been dealt a huge injury blow after boss Brendan Rodgers revealed Wilfred Ndidi could be out for up to 12 weeks with an abductor injury.

The Nigerian international, who has been filling in as a defender in the absence of Jonny Evans, was crocked in Sunday’s Premier League win over Burnley

Ndidi was forced to miss Leicester’s 2-0 Carabao Cup defeat by Arsenal in midweek and afterwards Rodgers confirmed the player may need to have surgery.

Leicester’s Wilfred Ndidi faces a long spell on the sidelines after sustaining an abductor injury

Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers fears the Nigerian international could miss up to 12 weeks

Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers fears the Nigerian international could miss up to 12 weeks 

‘It is an abductor injury, it may have come…