The vice-captain of the senior national team of Nigeria Ahmed Musa has ruled out talks of an immediate exit from his Saudi Arabia outfit Al-Nassr, Owngoalnigeria.com reports.
Musa joined the Saudi Arabia outfit in the summer from Leicester City after starring for Nigeria at the World Cup where he scored twice against Iceland to become Nigeria’s highest scoring player in the history of the World Cup.
His form has also improved tremendously as he was one of the top performers for the senior national team of Nigeria in their back to back games against Libya. A welcome relief from his nightmarish time in England with Leicester City before his decision to join CSKA Moscow on loan in January.
Asked about life in Saudi Arabia and if he fancies leaving the league very soon, the forward said he is enjoying his time at the club and an exit isn’t part of his plans even as the transfer window is set to open in January.
” Football is the same everywhere, if you’re good in England, you are also good enough for other teams and clubs in Europe and Asia. The football in Saudi is not the way many thought. I’m happy here and I have no plans of leaving, offers came in the summer but Al-Nassr is my home now and am very happy here”, he said at the pre match conference of the game against Libya.