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Premier League Clubs Huddersfield, Fulham Chase Musa

Premier League Clubs Huddersfield, Fulham Chase  Musa

By Adeboye Amosu:

English Premier League clubs  Huddersfield and Fulham  are eyeing a move for Nigeria forward Ahmed Musa, Completesportsnigeria. com reports.

Musa, 25, impressed for Nigeria at the ongoing 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia despite the country’s early exit from the competition.

He scored two sublime goals in the Super Eagles 2-0 win against Iceland in their second group game and was also impressive in the 2-1 defeat to Argentina.

The former Kano Pillars star has struggled to pin down a regular shirt at Leicester City after arriving from Russian club CSKA Moscow in a  £16.6million move in 2016.

The versatile forward spent the second half of last season on loan at his old club CSKA Moscow.

And according to a report in Mirror.co.uk, Huddersfield and Fulham are weighing up a move for the player who still has two years left on his  contract with Leicester City.

The two clubs are looking to boost their attacking options ahead of the new season and see the Nigerian as a valuable asset.

Huddersfield were nearly relegated last season, while Fulham won promotion from the SkyBet Championship.

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  • My worry is genot roh will one day convert musa to false midfielder!
    My greatest worry goes to onyekuru one the best winger, but and de coach will convert him to false9 and gradually kill de boy career just as he killed iheanacho own. but i thank God for osimhen wil save onyekuru by taking dat top9.

    Anyone dat know he can sack gernot roh should pls cum nd take pinnick position as president.

  • The marriage between Leicester city and Ahmed Musa is not one made in heaven (thus far).

    I suggest an amicable divorce so each party can put the mutual dissapoiment them.

    Leicester didn’t get what the expected from Musa who in turn will argue that he wasn’t given enough platform to prove himself.

    Either way, it will be in Musa’s best interest to seek greener pastures elsewhere where, hopefully, he will be afforded the opportunity to continue to prove that there is more to his game than just breaking Usain Bolt’s 100 meters records time and time again.