Surprisingly staying at Leicester City after their relegation to the Championship, Wilfred Ndidi might not be sticking around for much longer.

The defensive midfielder has been of interest to a few clubs since the club’s decent into the second-tier, and Sevilla in Spain are ‘going to make a move’.

That’s according to, who recall that the Leicester player was recently linked to Barcelona, clearly impressed by his three goals and four assists in 15 games this season in all competitions.

Being a player of ‘proven quality’ at 26 years of age, he is ‘attractive’ on the market, because his contract at King Power Stadium ends in June.

He will be approached by a number of sides in January if he doesn’t renew, and Sevilla have ‘prepared a first offer’ for him to consider.

They are looking to ‘strengthen their game between the lines’, and are keen on the Nigeria international, which is why they are ‘taking action’ now.

As for the player, it’s explained that he and his entourage are currently prioritising a return to the Premier League if they can, but should that not happen, then perhaps the allure of a move to Spain could be on the cards.

That is, at least, what Sevilla will be hoping for.