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Super Eagles forward Ahmed Musa has completed his switch from Leicester City to Al-Nassr in Saudi Arabia for a fee believed to be in the region of £17.5m.
The World Cup star, whose goal won the 8th best in the just-concluded tournament in Russia, agreed a four year contract with the club.
Musa was Leicester’s record signing when he joined them for about £16m from CSKA Moscow in 2016, but it was obvious he had no future at the Premier League side having spent the second half of last season on loan at CSKA.
Musa was linked with numerous clubs including Galatasaray of Turkey after an impressive World Cup campaign for the Super Eagles.
He has however chosen to continue his career, which he began at Kano Pillars, in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Al Nassr welcomed the 25-year old with a classy video they posted on Twitter via their official handle