- Two goal hero for the Super Eagles at the recently concluded World Cup in Russia Ahmed Musa is wanted by Turkish side Galatasaray
- He scored a brace for the three time African champions in their second Group D encounter
- The winger is now wanted by the Turkish side as well as Fulham and Huddersfield Town
Turkish Super League giants Galatasaray have jumped in the race to sign Nigeria international Ahmed Musa this summer.
The 25-year-old winger was impressive for the Super Eagles in the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia - scoring two superb goals against Iceland in their second group game.
He spent the latter part of last season on loan at CSKA Moscow and scored about seven goals in about 10 matches for the Russian League side.
The Leicester City man has been linked with a £40 million move to Al Nassr in Saudi Arabia but the Turkish side have now shown interest in the attacker.
According to Turkish website, Fanatik.com.tr, Galatasaray are hoping to take advantage of the striker who didn't have enough playing time at the King Power Stadium in the first half of last season.
They will be playing in the UEFA Champions League next term and they are hoping to use that advantage to lure the Nigerian forward away from his current club.
Musa’s superb brace against Iceland has attracted several suitors during the transfer window, as Premier League rivals Fulham and Huddersfield Town have also shown interest in him.
The Nigeria international joined Leicester City for £16 million from CSKA Moscow two years ago. He returned to Russian side as loanee and impressed again.
Legit.ng earlier reported that FIFA has shortlisted Nigeria’s Ahmed Musa’s second strike against Iceland for the Goal of the Tournament Award.
A total of 18 goals were singled out for the top prize out of the 169 goals scored at the global football fiesta.
However, Musa’s second strike during Nigeria’s second Group D fixture against Iceland alongside 17 others goals that include Cristiano Ronaldo’s third goal against Spain’s La Roja as well as Lionel Messi’s goal against Nigeria have been penciled down to undergo a voting process.
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