Leicester City star Wilfred Ndidi recalls a special day in his life

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Leicester City manager Claude Puel has said midfielder Wilfred Ndidi did not deserve a red card in his team's 2-0 win over Brighton and Hove Albion over the weekend.

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'There has been so much interest in him. He is going to be a top player and Arsenal have been in contact. They want to sign him this summer.

'But there is no shortage of offers. "Liverpool have shown strong interest and [Manchester] United".

However, the hard-hitting Foxes midfielder is adamant that he isn't thinking about what potential moves away from the King Power Stadium could present themselves this summer.

The midfielder explained that the club is a "one big family".

The Nigeria worldwide was first cautioned in the 76th minute after he brought down Jose Izquierdo in the penalty area - but Kasper Schmeichel saved the resulting spot-kick taken by Glenn Murray.

But for all the creativity at their disposal, one could argue it's Arsenal who have the greatest need for a player of Ndidi's description.

While acknowledging that there was pressure joining Leicester because they were the reigning champions, Ndidi, however, stated that it has been exciting.