- Ahmed Musa has become a summer target for Turkish giants Galatasary
- Reports in Turkey claim that the Super Eagles star has been identified as part of their plans for next season
- Musa currently plies his trade with Saudi Arabia Professional League outfit Al Nassr
Ahmed Musa could return to Europe sooner than expected as Turkish giants Galatasary are interested in signing the winger, Complete Sports reports.
The Super Eagles captain is currently plying his trade with Saudi Arabia Professional League outfit Al Nassr since he left Leicester City in 2018.
Reports in the Turkish media claim Galatasaray are already looking to make reinforcements for next season and are keen on adding the Nigerian forward among their targets.
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The Nigerian international has been previously linked to Galatasary's rivals Fenerbache shortly after the AFCON 2019 tournament.
Musa's most rewarding spell in Europe was during his four seasons with Russian club CSKA Moscow from 2012 to 2016.
He left Kano Pillars in 2010 to join Eredivisie side VV Venlo but it was in 2016 he joined Premier League side Leicester City but failed to make an impression before moving to the Middle East.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Ahmed Musa has tested negative to the deadly coronavirus after taking the tests a few days ago.
The Super Eagles captain returned from his base in Saudi Arabia has been rumoured to have contracted the disease.
But to validate his claim, the Al Nassr striker conducted a test for the disease and posted the evidence on his Instagram handle saying: “I just want to use this medium to thank everyone of you my friends and family for your prayers and…”
Legit.ng also reported that John Terry and Super Eagles defender Kenneth Omeruo were once involved in a bust-up in a training session at Chelsea.
Omeruo was one time the longest-serving Chelsea player and did not make a first team appearance before leaving for La Liga club Leganes on a permanent basis last summer.
Before the start of the new season, all players assemble to train together before being sent out on loan and on one occasion the 26-year-old clashed with the club legend.
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