Super Eagles attacker and stand-in captain Ahmed Musa could be shipped out of by his Saudi club according to reports.
The news came off as a rude shock considering the former Leicester City attacker was just named in the Saudi player of the week for match day 28 following his impressive display in Al-Nassr 5-0 drubbing of Al-Fateh in the week in review.
Although his goals in the clash were his firsts since November 2018 when he last found the back of the net, he still got the nod in the player of the week with a rating of 9.2 the second highest by any player on the list.
But while he is celebrating the feat his days in the Saudi Arabian league might be cut short if reports coming from Saudi are true.
According the report an honourary member of Al Nassr named Prince Turki is reportedly doing everything to get Ahmed Musa out of the club claiming the Nigerian is a bad apple.
In fact, Prince Turki bin Khalid is bent on sending him out before the new Saudi Arabian league.