Super Eagles skipper Ahmed Musa has parted ways with his Saudi based side Al Nassr, the club has announced. The Najd’s Knight announced they have part ways with the former Leicester City winger on Sunday after spending two years of association.
Musa, 28, is now a free agent and is reported to have parted ways with the club mutually as he hopes to continue with his professional career in Europe. In a post on social media, the Najd’s Knight established the jet-heeled forward’s exit while wishing him the very best.
It is unclear why both parties decided to go their separate ways, but reports claimed Musa is eager to return to Europe and the 8th time Saudi Arabia league champions are happy to see him leave.
Musa joined signed a four-year contract with Al Nassr in 2018 after leaving the English Premier League side Leicester City, but he’s now free to join any club of his choice.
He made 58 appearances for the club, scored 11 goals, and recorded 14 assists. He departed Saudi Arabia as the 2018-19 Saudi top-flight diadem and the 2019 Saudi Super Cup champions.