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Musa Set To Join West Brom

Musa Set To Join West Brom

Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa is set to join Premier League club West Bromwich Albion on a permanent deal, reports Completesports.com.

The 28-year-old has not been attached to a club since leaving Saudi Arabian outfit Al Nassr in October 2020.

According to Daily Mail, the Baggies have requested a visa for the winger and booked him in for a medical on Wednesday.

It has been suggested that Sam Allardyce is looking for a deal until the end of the season.

Capped 95 times by Nigeria, Musa’s career has stalled since he left CSKA Moscow in 2016. Having scored 55 goals in 167 appearances for the Russians, he joined Leicester City in the summer of that year.

Things did not work out at the King Power Stadium, as the African made just seven league starts from 21 outings. He joined after the Foxes had claimed the Premier League title and hoped to be part of something special.

But he was loaned back to CSKA for the second half of the 2017-18 campaign. He was then sold to Al Nassr in January 2019 and played 62 times in all competitions before being released.

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COMMENTS

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  • Chima E Samuels 1 month ago

    Patriotism aside this is a shaddy deal for west brom if I must be honest. Relegation knocking at the door.

     
    • Ugwudede 1 month ago

      They are building a team that will help the in the championship next season. Lol

       
  • Doctor Koyemi Oderinde 1 month ago

    Ahmed Musa is far better than Ademola Lookman.

     
    • @’Doctor’ “far better than…’ Oderinde.

      With these your stale & spammy one-liners, hope you know no one takes you serious. In fact, you definitely can’t be a ‘doctor’ – whether medical or academic. Real doctors are too smart not to be able to occasionally churn out a few intelligent paragraphs.

       
    • Naijaking 1 month ago

      What’s your point?

       
  • @’Doctor’ “far better than…’ Oderinde.

    With these your stale & spammy one-liners, hope you know no one takes you serious. In fact, you definitely can’t be a ‘doctor’ – whether medical or academic. Real doctors are too smart not to be able to occasionally churn out a few intelligent paragraphs.

     
  • Lets see how it goes. Who knows if ahmed musa actually goes to west brom he could turn the tables around on their misfortunes so far this season. I don’t believe he will, but anything is possible in football.

     
  • Chairmanfemi 1 month ago

    I’m a fan of Ahmed Musa. Even if he’s not playing now, his patriotism, loyalty and desire to help always stands out for me and could be useful for West Brom.

     
  • Dr Simone Toto 1 month ago

    Bhuari is better than Biden.