Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa contract with Saudi Arabia club Al Nassr has come to an end after two years the club announced.
Africatopsports.com learnt from the club official Twitter account that Musa’s contract will bit be extended.
Musa joined Al Nassr in 2018 after he struggled to in the Premier League while playing for Leicester City.
Al Nassr in a short video on their Twitter account thanked the former Kano Pillars player.
“Thank you Nigerian falcon,
wishing you all the best in the future! @Ahmedmusa718,” the club wrote.
— AlNassr FC (@AlNassrFC_EN) October 25, 2020
Musa two years with Al Nassr saw him made 48 appearances and scored 10 goals in all competition.
He was left out of the club squad for the Asia Champions League.
This season, Musa played 23 games and scored just two goals.
Al Nassr signed Musa from Leicester City in a deal worth 16.5 million Euros.
The forward had sacked his agent William D’Avilla who was the brain behind his move from Leicester City in 2018.
Musa took over the Super Eagles captaincy armband following John Mikel Obi’s decision to quit international football.
He captained the Super Eagles in the October 13 friendly game that ended 1-1 against Tunisia in Austria.