Simon, Ndidi in Tottenham radar

By Daily Sports on June 2, 2016

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Tottenham Hotspur are keeping close tabs on Nigerian youngsters Kingsley Madu, Moses Simon and Wilfred Ndidi ahead of next season.

The club scouts watched the trio in action during Nigeria’s 3-1 win over Luxembourg on Tuesday night, and they were second half substitutes for Yusuf Salisu’s men at the Josy Barthel Stadium.

19-year-old Ndidi features for KRC Gent in the Belgian Pro League and has a contract until 2020, while Simon who boasts of six international caps for Nigeria remains a player of KAA Gent till 2019.

Madu who will clock 21 years by December is a player of Slovakia’s AS Trenčín.

According to the club’s website the Lilywhites are paying close attention to the players.

•Culled from goal.com. Photo shows Moses Simon

Source Daily Sports

Posted June 2, 2016

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