Leicester City of England midfielder, Wilfred Ndidi, has seen his commercial value rise after posting a decent outing at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
According to reports, Ndidi who plays for EPL side Leicester City is now valued at €25 million to become Nigeria’s most expensive player inspite of the country’s failure to go beyond the first round of the competition.
The player who enjoyed individual accolades is followed by Chelsea right-wing-back, Victor Moses who is valued at €20 million, while Arsenal attacker, Alex Iwobi, is at €15 million.
Despite getting the blame for Argentina’s first goal against Nigeria which was scored by Lionel Messi, kenneth Omeruo is now valued at €1.75 million, while Odion Ighalo, Simeon Tochukwu Nwankwo (Simy) and Abdullahi Shehu are valued at €9.5 million, €1.5 million and €0.85 million respectively.
Eagles’ second and third choice goalkeepers, Daniel Akpeyi and Ikechukwu Ezenwa, also have their cash values increase to €650,000 and €150,000 respectively.
Bursaspor defender William Troost-Ekong, who went the distance in all of Nigeria’s three matches s now rated at €2 million, while team captain John Mikel Obi, is at €5.5 million and Torino of Italy ace, Joel Chukwuma Obi, is on €5 million.