Super Eagles skipper Ahmed Musa has moved to the new club Sivasspor after contract termination by Fatih Karagumruk.

The 29-year-old Nigeria international has struggled to hit top form at Atatürk Olympic Stadium after finding the back of the net seven times from 37 appearances.

Musa announced via his social media handle as he link up with another Nigerian Leke James at Sivasspor.

Sivasspor also faces a race against time to register Musa for the 2022-23 Europa Conference League season which starts new week Thursday.

Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr also released the forward before the end of his contract and that forced him to rejoin former club Kano Pillars before he eventually headed to Turkey.

Musa is one of the highest-capped Nigerian players with more than 100 appearances under his belt and Super Eagles’ top scorer at the World Cup.

Former Kano Pillars star rose to prominence in the 2009-2010 NPFL season when he scored 18 times in 25 appearances as he clinch the league top scorer awards before he begins his  European soujourn to VVV-Venlo, CSKA Moscow, Leicester City, Al Nassr and Faith Karagumruk,.

 

 

 

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