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Super Eagles Captain, Ahmed Musa has made a sensational return to Kano Pillars

Ahmed Musa has taken a bold step to yet again have a taste of home (Nigerian-made) football, as the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) outfit Kano Pillars has confirmed the transfer of their former star who is set to play for the remainder of the 2020/2021 NPFL season.

The 28 years old Nigerian international has so far capped for the national team 87 times in which he scored 15 goals. He began his early career with the NPFL giant Kano Pillars, followed by his first move to Europe where he played for VVV-Venlo in Russian league in October 2010, he then transferred to CSKA Moscow in January 2012, followed by his move to Leicester City in 2016 for €19.5 millions. His last major transfer in foreign football was from Leicester City to Al-Nassr in Saudi Arabian league for €16.5 millions.

Earlier today he is back home in Nigeria to contribute more to development of local football.

Apart from his on-pitch ability and skills, Ahmed Musa is well-known for his philanthropic gesture. He has provide succor to many less privileged across Nigeria, especially northern Nigeria.

He represented Nigeria at the 2014 and 2018 World Cup tournaments in Brazil and Russia respectively. In does outings, he proved himself to be one of Nigeria and African brightest when it comes to grand stags. He scored against world top rank team like Argentina.

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