Barring a late minute change of mind, Super Eagles and Leicester City ace Ahmed Musa is close to agreeing a big money move to Saudi Arabia Side Al Nassr Riyad, Owngoalnigeria.com reports.
The Saudi Arabia outfit announced the signing of Morrocan wide man Nordin Ambrabat, who represented Morocco at the just concluded World Cup in Russia and last represented English Premier League side Watford.
Musa initially turned down the chance to move to the Middle East but he was swayed into considering the offer when the club increased his wage to an amount that will possibly make him the highest paid African player.
A fee of around £30m has been mooted as what the club want to pay Leicester City for his transfer, an amount which many believe the Premier League outfit will gladly accept, considering Musa’s failure to make a mark since his move to the club from CSKA Moscow two years ago.
His management team are yet to respond to inquiries sent to their emails by Owngoalnigeria.com but sources close to Musa revealed talks started last week over a move to the Saudi Arabia outfit.