Following the injury he sustained in the 2018 World Cup qualifier, between Super Eagles of Nigeria and Chipolopolo of Zambia, midfielder, Wilfred Ndidi, is to undergo a scan, when he returns to the King Power stadium.
The former Genk of Belgium midfielder, sustained what looks like a hamstring injury, towards the tale end of the clash.
He was forced to limp off during the 1-0 victory over Zambia on Saturday, with the coaching staff unwilling to take a risk with him.
Reports coming from Leicester, indicates that, the club has concluded an arrangement to send him for scan when he arrives, to assess the level of the injury.
His performance helped Nigeria secure their spot at the World Cup finals, but Ndidi now faces a race against time, before returning to club duty.
Ndidi is expected to return to England on Tuesday.
Any injury to Ndidi would further stretch Leicester’s already limited options in central midfield, and leave only Andy King, Vicente Iborra and Daniel Amartey as available players in that position