Ahmed Musa To Depart Kano Pillars For Turkish Club
Ahmed Musa, the Super Eagles captain, is expected to leave Kano Pillars this week to finalize a summer transfer to a Turkish Super Lig club.
Musa was reportedly offered a mouth-watering one-year deal for €2.2 million by a Turkish Super Lig club (1.05 billion naira).
Musa was reportedly promised €2 million per year by an unknown Turkish firm, but he declined.
According to Complete Sports, the club’s president stated that they could not go above that sum due to the financial difficulties that every club in Europe is experiencing as a result of the coronavirus.
The club’s president, on the other hand, has stated that they are keen to have Musa on their payroll next season and have made a final offer of €2.2 million per year.
Musa appears to have reached a deal with Turkey, and the 28-year-old attacker will go to the European country this week to sign the contract.
On April 13, Musa rejoined Kano Pillars for the remainder of the Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) season.
The forward’s contract with his boyhood club included a clause allowing him to depart if he receives an offer from another club.
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