In the good old days at the Ikeja Barracks – Leicester City star Wilfred Ndidi is the little boy with the red t-shirt in this group photo

SCORENigeria can exclusively report that the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) have informed Premier League champions Leicester City that Little Wonder FC of Lagos, who are pushing for a slice of the millions from Wilfred Ndidi’s big-money move to England, are real.

Little Wonder FC, under coach Victor Atuyota, are pushing for a slice of the training compensation from Ndidi’s transfer from Genk of Belgium to Leicester City in January.

“Leicester asked the NFF for a clarification on Little Wonder FC and they were told there is a club like that and Ndidi started out there,” a top source informed SCORENigeria

Wonder FC want slice of Ndidi millions

Another Lagos club, Nath Boys, have been paid 10% of 17 million pounds transfer of the Nigeria star – 1.7 million pounds.

Nath Boys also pocketed $200,000 for the sale of the player to Genk two years ago.

There is another 5% of that fee – 850,000 pounds – to be paid out as training compensation to the player’s previous clubs.

Little Wonder FC train at the Ikeja Cantonment and made their debut in this year’s Lagos Federation Cup.

They have compiled photographic and other documentary evidence that the super Eagles midfielder started out with them and therefore they stand to benefit from the training compensation and solidarity scheme concerning Ndidi.

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