Its been a torrid season so far for Nigerian Midfielder Wilfred Ndidi after enduring a difficult start in the English top flight with his club Leicester City, he has now being confirmed to have suffered another injury setback and has left the Eagle’s camp in Constantine, Morocco.
The NFF confirmed the news in a tweet categorically stating that he is injured and has returned to England.
Just in: @NGSuperEagles midfielder Wilfred Ndidi is injured and out of the game against Algeria. He has left the team’s camp and returned to England. Get well soon Wilfred?
— The NFF ?? (@thenff) September 22, 2022
The 25 year-old last played for Nigeria at the Africa Cup of Nations, in the second round defeat to Tunisia.
His return to action for the Super Eagles was anticipated after missing the 2023 AFCON qualifiers against Sierra Leone and Sao Tome & Principe.
It had been earlier confirmed that Emmanuel Dennis of Nottingham Forest in England and Samuel Chukwueze of Villarreal in Spai would miss the Friendly with Algeria and other games within this international break.