Ahmed Musa, a 28 years old former Lestercity striker signed a short term contract with a Nigerian club which is going to end at the end of the season. Ahmed Musa is set to be joining Kaizer Chiefs after their Fifa ban.
Ahmed Musa has rejoined his boyhood club, Kano Pillars.He scored 18 league goals for them, a previous record in the Nigerian league at age 18 in 2009/2010.He was the Top Scorer at the 2009/2010 Nigerian league & 2012-2013 Russian Cup. He was in the 2014 CAF Team of the Year.
The Kaizer fans are hoping and looking forward to seeing Ahmed Musa Joining the Khosi nation and wearing the Kaizer Chiefs jersey.
Bobi Motaug said the negotiations with the Nigerian international are still underway, and everything will be announced in due time. The head Coach of Kaizer Chiefs FC mr Gavin Hunt said he would really appreciate the services of Ahmed Musa at the Amakhosi family.
While interviewed Musa said he is looking forward to form part of the Amakhosi family and to also play in the PSL, since it is one of the biggest leagues in the continent.
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