Nigerian international striker Ahmed Musa has officially committed to Fatih Karagümrük, resident of Turkish Süper Lig.
Three months after his return to Nigeria, Ahmed Musa leaves his training club Kano Pillars and goes back abroad. Nigerian international striker (87 caps, 15 goals) committed to Karagümrük. The Super Eagle signed an unspecified contract with the Istanbul team, 8th in Süper Lig last season.
📣AHMED MUSA KARAGÜMRÜK’TE.
– VavaCars Fatih Karagümrük SK (@karagumruk_sk) July 22, 2021
After VVV Venlo, CSKA Moskou, Leicester City and Al-Nasr, the Nigerian top scorer in the history of the World Cup (4 goals in 2 final stages) will discover the fifth foreign club of his career. As a reminder, the contract signed this spring at Kano Pillars by the 28-year-old included a clause allowing him to be released in the event of an interesting offer coming from abroad. It is now done.