Ahmed Musa won’t be paid in his short stretch at Kano Pillars in the Nigeria Premier Football League.
Musa, 28, finished paperwork for the four-time Nigerian heroes under the Elite Players Program of the League Management Company, which urges top Nigerian internationals to play for neighborhood clubs.
As indicated by LMC manager Shehu Dikko, the program works twoly.
A club can distinguish and sign such players, or the LMC itself can sign the player and appoint them to a club of their decision.
It was the last for Musa.
“We addressed him about returning home to play, and as somebody who is consistently prepared to offer in return, he didn’t stop for a second,” Dikko told ESPN.
“When the arrangement was marked, the decision of which club to play for was up to him. Various clubs needed him. We put everything before him and he settled on the choice to go to Kano Pillars.”
Musa has been a free specialist since October 2020, when he left Saudi Arabia’s Al Nassr, with whom he won the Saudi Pro League title and Super Cup in the wake of going along with them from Leicester City in 2018.