Super Eagles defender Wilfred Ndidi has returned to training and could play against Manchester City in Saturday’s Premier League match at the King Power Stadium.
Ndidi suffered a relapse of his hamstring injury in Leicester 4-0 win over Nottingham Forest October 3. He has missed four games as he waited to regain fitness.
“Wilfred Ndidi has been back training with the squad. The most important thing is he’s back training in the squad and he’s looked fine with the players.
“Availability is the important thing and thankfully he’s available,” said Leicester coach Brendan Rogers.
Meanwhile Manchester City could be without Erling Haaland for their trip to the King Power Stadium. The Norwegian striker was withdrawn at half-time during the Blues’ Champions League encounter against Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday due to a knock and illness.
“[There were] three things. I saw him so tired. Second one, he had a little bit of influenza in his body, City coach Pep Guardiola said.
“Then the third, he had a knock in his foot. That’s why he was not able to play the second half. I spoke with [the medical staff] at half-time and they were a little bit concerned, but I saw him walking more or less normally. We will see.”

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