Transfers Sivasspor Terminates Musa Contract

Ahmed Musa, the captain of the Super Eagles, was fired by a Turkish Super Liga team for the second time in his career.

The Super Eagles captain Musa’s contract was mutually terminated, the Turkish Super Lig club Sivasspor said on Wednesday.

After missing out on the first team for an extended period of time, the 31-year-old Musa did not re-join the team following the postponed 2023 Afcon.

At the Afcon, Musa was the captain who did not play.

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His deal was set to expire in June.

He left another Turkish club, Fatih Karagumruk, where he had similarly had trouble getting playing time, to join Sivasspor in the 2022–2023 season.

In two seasons, he made eight appearances in the starting lineup without scoring a goal.

Musa will not be fired for the first time in the Turkish Liga. Recall that Musa’s contract was terminated by Turkish team Fatih Karagumruk before to this.

In contrast to Musa’s contract with Sivasspor, which expires in June, Faith Karagumruk terminated Musa’s contract one year early.

The club made the contract termination known on all of their social media channels.
At the time, there were many rumours that since he didn’t show up for preseason training on time, his future with the team would be in jeopardy during the offseason.

The player would, however, drag the Istanbul club to FIFA, according to people close to the player at the time.

At the little club led by the Turkish captain, he had trouble making an impression on them.

He made just three appearances the whole season without scoring a goal before he was fired.

In addition to Turkish teams, the forward was also dismissed before his contract expired by the Saudi Arabian side Al Nassr, which compelled him to return to his previous team, Kano Pillars, before making his way to Turkey.

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