Ahmed Musa Returns to Kano Pillars, not to be Paid


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Super Eagles captain Ahmad Musa has signed a contract with Kano Pillars until the end of 2020/2021 season.

Musa who has been a free agent since October after playing for Saudi Arabia’s Al Nassr was now signed by Kano Pillars for free and will not be paid, The Punch reported.

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Kano Pillars Reveal How Much Ahmed Musa Salary Will Be Ahmed Musa Returns to Kano Pillars, not to be Paid

The 28 year old was considered as the 4th free agent in the world this year.

Musa who played for Kano Pillars last 11 years where he scored 18 goals in the Nigeria Premier Football League has returned for a second stint at the club for free.

An agreement was also signed that whenever he get an offer the club will let him go.

Musa is Nigeria’s most capped player.

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Umar Farouk Salihu is a Sports Freelance Reporter with Today Post.

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