Leicester City forward, Ahmed Musa has broken his silence on the sack of Claudio Ranieri as his manager last week. Musa, who was s...
Leicester City forward, Ahmed Musa has broken his silence on the sack of Claudio Ranieri as his manager last week.
Musa, who was signed to the Foxes by Ranieri in the summer, and a host of other Leicester stars had been quiet following the Italian manager’s dismissal, prompting speculations the players were behind the sack of their manager.
However, Musa is now the latest Leicester player to express sadness over the sack of the Italian.
Wilfred Ndidi has also admitted that he will miss his former boss Claudio Ranieri, who was sacked last Thursday due to poor results.
The midfield, who was signed in the January transfer window from Genk by Ranieri, expressed his sadness on Saturday, two days after the Italian’s shock sacking was announced.
Ndidi scored once in nine games for Leicester City under Ranieri, who led the Foxes to their first ever Premier League title last season but left them in a relegation battle.
Under caretaker coach, Craig Shakespeare, Ndidi is expected to feature for the Foxes when they face Liverpool in a Premier League clash on Monday.