- Ahmed Musa will no longer be joining Premier League side, West Brom
- The club are said to have told the Super Eagles star to leave after one week of training
- Musa who last played in Saudi Arabia has been without a club since October last year
Ahmed Musa's proposed transfer to Premier League giants West Brom has reportedly been cancelled by the club's chiefs after training with them for almost one week.
The Super Eagles captain was said to have travelled to the United Kingdom last week where he was accessed by West Brom's coaching crew who are looking for an agile striker.
Since leaving Saudi Arabian club Al-Nassr last year October, Ahmed Musa has been looking for ways to return to the Premier League after his unsuccessful stint at Leicester City.
At Leicester City, Ahmed Musa managed to play 33 games for the Foxes which included six Champions League appearances before he left the side scoring five goals.
Being the captain of the Super Eagles of Nigeria, Ahmed Musa needs active playing time for him to maintain his position at the Nigerian national team.
Nigeria will also be having AFCON qualifiers against Benin and Lesotho which take place at the end of March this year.
According to the report on Birmingham live, Ahmed Musa was declared fit enough, but the side's chiefs have ended their interest and decided against sanctioning an offer for the Super Eagles star.
Meanwhile, West Brom are currently occupying 19th position on the Premier League table with 12 points after 23 games played so far.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa was spotted at the New Jos Stadium watching the Nigeria Professional Football League game between Katsina United and Plateau United.
This is the second time the former NPFL highest goals scorer would be watching a local league game this campaign. The game failed to produce any goal after the normal regulation period.
He was at the same match venue when Kwara United defeated Abdu Maikaba boys on matchday one while he took a few pictures with some fans.
The 28-year-old shared the picture on his official Instagram page encouraging his over 654k followers to support the local league.
Meanwhile, the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations winner will be hoping to seal a deal with a European club as soon as possible.