Genk Rejects N1.9b Bid For Ndidi Said He Won’t Go On The Cheap TrendyVoice

21 June 2016

Genk Rejects N1.9b Bid For Ndidi Said He Won’t Go On The Cheap




TOP Belgian club KRC Genk have turned down a
six million Euros(about N1.9b) bid for Nigeria star
Wilfred Ndidi, less than two years after they paid
$200,000 (about N56m) for him.



"Genk have already rejected a six million Euros bid for Wilfred Ndidi," one of his known representatives has informed. "The truth of the matter is that Wilfred won't go on the cheap as Genk have produced some top stars like Kevin De Bruyne now of Manchester City, Christian Benteke, Divock Origi (Liverpool), Thibaut Courtois (Chelsea), and all these players did not leave on a cheap."



The 19-year-old Ndidi has made a remarkable
progress in a highly promising career.



He joined Genk in January 2015 as a central
defender and played six matches mostly as a left
or right fullback.



However, this season he celebrated his
conversion as defensive midfielder by playing 38
matches and scoring four goals in the league as
Genk qualified for the championship play-offs and
eventually booked their passage to next season's
UEFA Europa League.



His goal against champions Club Brugge in the
regular season was also voted the best in the
entire Belgian league.



Ndidi has won three full international caps and he
is now set to feature at the Rio Olympics.




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