Dosu Joseph believes “it will be good” for Wilfred Ndidi’s career if he leaves Leicester City for Arsenal.
The midfielder arrived in England in 2017, joining the King Power Stadium outfit as a direct replacement for N’Golo Kante, who left for Chelsea after helping the Foxes win the Premier League title.
The Super Eagles midfielder has since been a consistent player for Leicester, making 111 league appearances and has been one of the Premier League’s top tacklers for the past three seasons.
The 23-year-old has recently been linked with the Gunners and Manchester United, although he has spoken of his desire to remain with the Foxes and see out his contract, which will run out on 2024.
Joseph, who praised the impact of the midfielder since his arrival at King Power Stadium, feels joining Arsenal will boost the career of the former Genk man.
“Ndidi is a workaholic player. He has been exceptional and has been playing very well since he signed for Leicester City,” the former Super Eagles goalkeeper told Goal.
“If he moves to Arsenal it will be good and I have no doubt he will do so well there. If they want him it will really be good for his career.
“Arsenal have a lot of fans here in Nigeria and Africa, so it will be a great move for him.”