Super Eagles captain Musa Buys Himself a New Property to Celebrate his Return to Kano Pillars
- Ahmed Musa has bought himself a new PS 5 to celebrate return to Kano Pillars
- The Super Eagles captain is expected to be in Kano Pillars' squad against Warri Wolves
- Kano Pillars are currently occupying second position on the NPFL table
Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa has bought himself nice PS 5 worth N650,000 to celebrate his return to former Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) champions Kano Pillars.
Ahmed Musa is one of the richest Nigerian players considering the money the Super Eagles captain has made since he started his football career.
The former Leicester City striker decided to return to Kano Pillars where he made his name after his failure to get a deal in Europe.
And according to the video spotted online, Ahmed Musa can be seen offloading the delivery of the PS 5 in his house with happiness.
Before he left Kano Pillars 10 years ago for a move to Europe, Ahmed Musa did not win the League title, but he is prepared to help the Sai Masugida this term in the NPFL.
Kano Pillars are currently occupying second position on the NPFL table behind table toppers Kwara United and they will face Warri Wolves in their next game.
Kwara United on the other hand will be traveling to Lafia where they will face Nasarawa United in their next game and proceed to Uyo for the tie against Akwa United.
When Kano Pillars and Kwara United first met this season in Kaduna, the Sai Masugida recorded a win over Abdullahi Biffo and his wards.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa was unveiled by the management of Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) side Kano Pillars on Thursday evening, April 15.
The unveiling ceremony was done at the office of the chairman of the club Surajo Jambul who was elated to have the former Leicester City striker in his squad.
Ahmed Musa had to return to Nigeria after his failure to secure a deal in Europe despite being linked with a move to Premier League side West Brom.
His last competitive game was in the Saudi Arabian League where he left in October last year and returned to Nigeria.
According to the confirmation by Kano Pillars, Ahmed Musa explained after signing his contract paper that he wants to win the League title with the Sai Masugida.