Kano Pillars has confirmed the signing of eight players to boost their squad as the Nigeria Professional Football League(NPFL) resume for the second stanza.
The round two of the NFL will return with Kano Pillars take on Warri Wolves at the Ozoro Polytechnic Stadium.
Africatopsports.com gathered that the club wants to boost the squad as they push for a continental competition next season.
The players includes SuperEagles captain, Ahmed Musa, Sebastine Uche Great (striker) from Akwa Utd, Adamu Salihu (striker) from Ijayapi Rocks Abuja.
Others are; Eze Ifeanyi Kelvin (striker), Kokoette Ibiok Udoh (striker) from Dakkada, Egbo Godwin Monday (Midfielder) and he is unattached, Ezekiel Tamaraebifha (Midfielder) from Lobi Stars and Joseph Yinka Bah (striker) from Limbe FC Cameroon.
According to oure club media officer, Rilwanu Idris Malikawa, 3 of the newly registered players have been included among the 20 players that travelled to face Warri Wolves .
They are Ezekiel Tamaraebifha, Sabastine Uche Great and Eze Ifeanyi Kelvin.
Malikawa said the team arrived Warri safely after spending over 17hrs on the road from Kano.
The Sai Masu Gida are currently joint leader in the NPFL table with Kwara United who are on top with goal difference.