Leicester City, Wilfred Ndidi, is set to leave the club this summer, with Manchester United, Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid among his suitors, according to Fichajes.
Ndidi has established himself as an important part of Brendan Rodgers’ side and may have earned a high-profile move.
The Foxes are on course to qualify for the Champions League, but that might not stop some of their players considering a move away if a more traditional big club comes calling.
Leicester is expected to make at least one big sale this summer to allow them to fund their own signings.
With a lack of interest in some of their other stars at present, Ndidi may be the one they decide to cash in on. Man Utd are among those who could try to take advantage.
United are looking to find the right balance in midfield. They have plenty of attack-minded options, such as Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba, but there are still doubts about the base of the central area of their formation.
Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka, the Spiritual Director of Adoration Ministry Enugu Nigeria, has refuted claims by the presidency alleging that he criticised President Muhammadu Buhari because he was denied contracts.
Last week, Mbaka called for President Buhari's resignation, due to his inability to tackle the increasing security crisis in the country.
Mbaka who lamented the current security and economic situation ravaging the entire nation urged the National Assembly to impeach the president if he fails to resign.
Meanwhile, Garba Shehu, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity in a statement, alleged that the clergy’s criticism was because the President failed to award contracts to him.
According to the presidential spokesman, Mbaka once visited the president at the State House...
A Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Robert Clarke, has said Nigeria could fall apart in the next six months.
The senior lawyer stated this while making an appearance on Channels TV's Sunday Politics.
"Many things are happening and I swear by my father's grave, if care is not taken Nigeria will collapse in six months time," Clarke said.
Clark bemoaned the spate of insecurity in the country, while reacting to the recent warning issued by the Department of State Services, DSS, to come after elements causing disunity in the country.
He said, "You see, the problem with Nigeria is that those who should know don't want to know and they do not know.
"The security session is...
West Ham United manager, David Moyes, has claimed they cannot afford a deal to sign Tammy Abraham from Chelsea.
Abraham is reportedly one of Moyes’ top transfer targets this summer.
But with the Blues demanding at least £40m for the striker, Moyes says the Hammers won’t make a move.
“It would rule us out completely. We will be ruled out,” said Moyes. “So if that’s the figure and that’s what’s being said, we are ruled out.
“We don’t have that money, we don’t have that to buy a striker at that price, no.
“Is that sort of figure our total spend? It may well be. But you never know here.