Coach of the Super Eagles Gernot Rohr has confirmed his happiness with the recent transfer of Musa Mohammed to Bosnian side FK Zeljeznicar Saravejo.
The Super Eagles full back joined the Bosnian side on loan from Turkish side Istanbul Basaksehir, where he failed to make a single league appearance for the team in 18 months.
He was reduced to playing cup games for the team, a situation which Gernot Rohr frown at and subsequently axed the former Nigeria U-17 and 20 captain from his starting line up.
Rohr played Kenneth Omeruo and Wilfred Ndidi ahead of Musa Mohammed despite the fact that they are not natural full backs by trade, and warned Musa to sort out his club form.
However following Musa’s move to Bosnia, and Rohr confirmed his happiness over the move in an interview with NFF.com.
” We understand how the transfer window works, and some players like Musa Mohammed who were not playing at their clubs made moves to team where they are going to get games”, Rohr said.
” We hope Musa get to play games in Bosnia because that will work in our favour as well in the national team”.