Ahmed Musa has returned to the Nigeria professional football league this month, after being idle for long.
He makes is way back to the place where it’s journey all started.
He was unveiled recently by the state governor recently in Kano.
Musa could play for Kano Pillars for free according to the statement made by the league management chairman, Shehu Dikko.
We didn’t speak much about it. Musa is someone who is more concerned about giving back to the club that made him and he is not coming here to do this for money. He is not getting paid for playing for Pillars. That is the kind of person he is,” Dikko said.
Musa stated off his career at Juth and Kano Pillars before moving out Europe where he featured for VV venlo, Leicester City and Cska Moscow.
He also played in the Saudi Arabia pro league up until October 2020 when he partway with the club. He has being idle since then. His closest move was to West Brom but the deal fell through in January.
As he hopes to return back to top flight football in Europe, the 28yrs old Nigerian has opted in to play in the Nigeria football league where he start his career, to boost his move back to a big club in Europe.
Musa will be welcomed by the team’s legend Rabiu Ali Pele, as both set to earn pillars it’s first league title in recent years.