After initially keeping mute on his exit from Al Nassr, Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa has finally officially spoken in relation to his exit from the Saudi club.
Musa via a post on his Twitter handle on Sunday thanked the management and fans of his now-former club, even as he wished the Saudi club all the best in the future.
He wrote: want to say a very big thank you to my teammates, management & the entire Fans of @AlNassrFC Club for the great experience & unwavering support, love & care. It’s been a pleasure & I am extremely grateful. Best of luck @AlNassrFC
I want to say a very big thank you to my team mates,management & the entire Fans of @AlNassrFC Club for the great experience & unwavering support,love & care. It’s been a pleasure & I am extremely grateful. Best of luck @AlNassrFC pic.twitter.com/riUMiss8x5
— AhmedMusa718 (@Ahmedmusa718) November 8, 2020
Saudi Arabian club, Al Nassr, announced the exit of Musa from the club last week.
Musa joined Al Nassr in 2018 after a turbulent spell with Premier League club Leicester City.
Though some of the Saudi club fans expected much more from Musa, the fleet-footed winger did not disappoint raking in 58 appearances where he scored 11 goals and got 14 assists.
Musa in his two-year stint in Saudi Arabia helped Al Nassr win the 2018-19 Saudi top-flight title and the 2019 Saudi Super Cup.With this latest development, the Super Eagles captain is now a free agent and he is expected to announce his next destination in the coming days.