Reports indicate that Bayern Munich is actively considering the possibility of securing Leicester City’s midfielder, Wilfred Ndidi, on a loan basis before the conclusion of this season’s transfer window.
As outlined in Germany’s respected source, Kicker Magazine, it appears that the Nigerian footballer is receptive to the prospect of this move.
A recent article by German journalist Georg Holzner, featured on the premier football publication’s website, reveals that Bayern’s front office is currently engaged in discussions with Leicester City regarding the potential loan arrangement for Ndidi. The ongoing dialogue surrounding Bayern’s head coach Thomas Tuchel’s pursuit of a proficient “holding six” midfielder is poised to persist right up until the closing of the transfer window next week.
The highly sought-after Nigerian international, with 51 caps to his name, is anticipated to become a free agent at the end of his current contract this summer. Notably, Leicester would be unable to facilitate a loan for the 26-year-old unless an extension to his current contract is finalized.
Holzner also notes that reliable internal sources indicate Bayern’s genuine interest in securing Ndidi’s services under the outlined circumstances, suggesting that a potential move is indeed under consideration.