Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa has ruled out a move away from Al Nassr, insisting he still has a contract with the Saudi Arabian club.
The 27-year-old has been linked with a move to Fenerbahce for the most part of the season and it was also reported that a transfer fee had been agreed between Al Nassr and the Turkish side.
The Nigeria international joined the Al-Riyadh based club from English Premier League side Leicester in 2018 and he has scored seven goals from 41 appearances so far.
Speaking in an Instagram Live Session with Supersports’ Carol Tshabalala, Musa says he won’t be leaving Al Nassr this summer.
“There are rumors linking me away from Al Nassr, I love playing for my team and I will love to finish my contract with the club.”
The former Leicester City forward scored just five goals from 32 appearances across all competitions during his time with the Foxes.
Musa also opened up on his torrid spell at the King Power Stadium.
“Before they signed me at Leicester City, they told me Riyad Mahrez was leaving. If I knew that Mahrez is going to stay, I will not join Leicester, I would have stayed at CSKA Moscow.”
“When I came, we had a lot of wingers at Leicester City, yet, I still got the chance to play.”
“Claudio Ranieri always played me behind Jamie Vardy sometimes I play from the right or left-wing. But after they sacked Craig Shakespeare I don’t know what happened anymore.”