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Al Nassr Confirm Musa’s Arrival For Saudi League Restart

Al Nassr Confirm Musa’s Arrival  For Saudi League Restart

Saudi Arabia Professional Football League side Al Nassr have confirmed that Nigeria captain Ahmed Musa has returned to the club ahead of the league restart, reports Completesports.com.

Musa was granted permission by the club to travel back to Nigeria in April after the league in Saudi Arabia was suspended due to the outbreak of coronavirus pandemic.

The pacy winger returned home with his international team-mate John Ogu and some of his family members.

“Our Nigerian star, Ahmed Musa, 💛
arriving earlier today in Riyadh! reads a tweet on the club’s official Twitter handle on Thursday morning.

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Musa is expected to undergo Covid-19 tests today at the Central First Health Centre in Riyadh before joining his team-mates in training.

The 27-year-old has featured in 17 league games for Al Nassr this season and is yet to open his goal account.

Musa linked up with Al Nassr from Premier League club Leicester City in 2018 and won the league title in his first season at the club.

Rui Vitoria’s men occupy second position in the table with 45 points from 22 games, six points adrift log leaders Al Hilal.

By Adeboye Amosu

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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 3
  • Elijah samson 1 month ago

    Then while is Victor osimhen not allowed to travel. I don’t understand Nigeria government anymore. Or did Musa took another route that is not airport? Please let us prevail on this government that does not know their left from their to allow the young man osimhen go back to his base. Is the father’s death not enough agony for him, must the government add to his worries? I come in peace ooooo

     
    • Am not sure about that, but the news from lille is that they are giving him extra time off because of the death of his father. The same Nigerian government allows him to flew him with a private jet even when the pandemic is at it’s peak. So I don’t think the government is blocking him from leaving, absolutely no reason for that.

       
  • adeade 1 month ago

    The The Airport was closed March 23rd, so how did he get into Nigeria in April. My guess is he probably was not in Nigeria. Has for Kalu and victor, Air France is still picking up its citizens from Nigeria. I believe the embassy could help them secure sits to leave the country, if they chose to