- Ahmed Musa is now on the verge of making a return to the Premier League
- The Super Eagles captain has been linked with a move to join West Brom
- West Brom are currently occupying 19th position on the Premier League table
Premier League side West Brom are reportedly considering to sign Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa this month in order for the Nigerian to help their quest of escaping relegation to second tier.
Sam Allardyce and his wards have not been finding it rosy this term in the Premier League and they are currently occupying 19th position on the table with just two wins after 19 games.
Since leaving the Saudi Arabian League last year, Ahmed Musa has been with his family and friends in Jos and he is preparing to join another club.
According to the report on Telegraph, Ahmed Musa is expected to team up with West Brom on Monday, January 25, and the former Leicester City striker will train with the side for a week before any deal can be done.
Musa believes he has unfinished business in the Premier League two-and-a-half years after quitting Leicester for Al Nassr due to lack of active playing time.
After winning the Russian League title with CSKA Moscow, Leicester City signed Ahmed Musa in 2016, but he was only able to score four goals in his first season before falling down the pecking order.
The report added that West Brom gaffer Sam Allardyce is of the belief that Ahmed Musa's pace and styles of football would help his team in the Premier League.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Ahmed Musa who is the captain of the Super Eagles of Nigeria took to social media to pen an emotional note to his late mother two years after her death.
The former Leicester City star explained that even though his mother is no more, he thinks about her every day considering how close they were.
Truly, the death of Ahmed Musa's mother came as a huge shock to the football fraternities in Nigeria as there was no news of any sickness before her demise.
Musa while putting a flower on the ground where his mother was buried explained that all the family members are missing her.
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