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Ahmed Musa returns to his roots

Free, Nigerian striker Ahmed Musa has chosen to bounce back in his training club, the Kano Pillars.

Back to basics for Ahmed Musa. Free since leaving Al-Nasr last October, the Nigerian international striker is committed to Kano Pillars, his training club. The former Leicester City will be doing a freelance there until the end of June. The primary objective for him, Nigerian top scorer in the history of the World Cup (4 goals in 2 final stages) is to to keep onself in good form with a view to the first qualifying matches for the 2022 edition, scheduled for June. The contract signed by the 28-year-old also includes a clause allowing him to release himself in the event of an interesting offer coming from abroad.

Official: Ahmed Musa joins Kano Pillars until the end of the season

By Kano Pillars FC

Super Eagles captain, Ahmed …

Published by Kano Pillars International sure Wednesday April 14, 2021

Announced in Brighton, Southampton or West Bromwich Albion this winter, the Super Eagle had also seen his name circulate on the side of CSKA Moscow, the club where he had the best seasons of his career. Tired of not seeing anything settle, Ahmed Musa has therefore chosen to return to where it all began for him.. It was by becoming the NPFL’s top scorer in 2010 that the small striker caught the attention of the Dutch VVV Venlo, the first step in his European adventure.

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