Leicester City not bothered about Ndidi's future


Leicester City will look to build a lasting legacy that involves growth and sustainability after the most successful period in their 134-year history, the Premier League club's chief executive Susan Whelan said on Friday.

Leicester City manager, Claude Puel, has reacted to reports that Super Eagles midfielder Wilfried Ndidi clashed with his team-mate Jamie Vardy over goalscoring responsibility.

Saturday's lunchtime kick-off saw Burnley come from behind to beat Everton 2-1 at Turf Moor and end a 12-game winless run.

This is an increase of more than £120 million over the £104 million turnover that Leicester reported in 2014/15, the season of the great escape and the start of a footballing fairytale like no other.

Bournemouth are well rested, having played just the three matches in February.

"Because he has played well [and] recovered a lot of balls".

"He can recover a lot of balls he is strong in the duels and he plays it simple with good quality, and gives our play a good start".

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"He is a different player from last season".

"They were causing us a problem from set plays, we had dealt with them pretty well all afternoon, but that was a moment of magic from their perspective".

"As with the on-pitch achievements of which these financial results are a outcome, we remain realistic about the immediate likelihood of them being repeated, but are determined to make sure their impact strengthens our aspirations and belief in the future for Leicester City Football Club and our consistent growth and success on and off the pitch".

Puel hopes to have Shinji Okazaki back in contention against Bournemouth.

"He came back this week with the squad and we will see tomorrow if he can come into the [matchday] squad for the next game or not", he said.

"I will see if he is match fit or not. there are no other injuries", the Frenchman added. Click any of these buttons below!