Former VVVV prodigy gets no chance in Europe and goes back to Nigeria

Ahmed Musa, former VVV-Venlo attacker, managed to find shelter after six months without a club. The Nigerian outsider returns to his homeland, where he plays for Kano Pillars.
Thats the same club Musa said goodbye to in 2010 to play for VVV in the Netherlands. More than ten years later, Musa returns to his childhood love, reports the club via the official channels. The Nigerian outsider had been without a club for six months after leaving Al-Nassr in October.
Musa signed a contract with Kano Pillers until June 2021 and is allowed to take any serious bid from Europe in order to revive his career. Musa made a great impression in Venlo in two seasons and earned a transfer to the Russian CSKA Moscow. After two meager years in the Premier League, serving Leicester City, Musa returned to CSKA in 2017. In 2018, the outsider switched to Saudi Arabia to play for Al-Nassr.

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โ€” Kano Pillars FC Official (@pillarsfc) April 13, 2021