Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa has been released two years into his contract at Saudi club Al Nasr.
Ahmed Musa who joined Al Nasr from Leicester City after impressing at the 2018 World Cup has been asked to leave the club.
Last year, sportsration.com reported that the former Kano Pillars star would be released by the Saudi club who were not impressed with his off the pitch behaviour.
A Saudi Arabian league expert said back in April that Al Nasr owners were not impressed with the Nigerian and have even labelled him ‘a bad apple’.
With two years left in his four years contract, Ahmed Musa was reportedly paid $13.33m to quit the Saudi club.
Ahmed Musa who has been unfortunate with injuries scored a total of 10 goals in the two seasons he played for Al Nasr.
The champions league returns this midweek, sadly Ahmed Musa who once played in the competition while at CSKA Moscow wouldn’t be part of it.
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