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Why I Returned to NPFL - Musa


Musa has uncovered he has gotten back to the Nigeria Professional Football League to help improve the picture of the country's football universally.


The 28-year-old collaborated with his previous club Kano Pillars on Tuesday in the wake of agreeing with the side, which incorporates a provision that permits him to leave when he discovers a club in Europe.


The Super Eagles chief has been without a club since leaving Saudi Arabian side Al Nassr in October and in January he was near joining Premier League club West Bromwich Albion, yet an arrangement neglected to appear.


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"Anything that improves the picture of Nigerian football is something that I endeavor to leave on and Kano Pillars holds an extraordinary spot in my heart," Musa disclosed to BBC Sport Africa.


"The group assisted me with turning into the expert footballer I am today, so this is something beyond football yet an exceptionally solid bond."


After leaving Nigeria in 2012, Musa collaborated with Russian side CSKA Moscow and proceeded to play for Leicester City.


Previous Nigerian administrator, Senator Shehu Sani, has adulated the choice of the armada footed forward and trusts it would help improve the homegrown alliance.


"Ahmed Musa's re-visitation of Kano Pillars is probably the best procedure to improve and draw in interest in our neighborhood football crews and National class," Sani tweeted.


"After worldwide come neighborhood. It's superior to hang and sitting in Europe. There will consistently be a spot for you at home."


During his time away from Nigeria, Musa won three Russian Premier League titles, Russian Cup and Russian Super Cup.


The winger likewise secured the Saudi Professional League prize and Saudi Super Cup diadem among other individual awards.


The assailant as of late assisted the Super Eagles with qualifying to the 2022 Africa Cup of Nations, booked for Cameroon.


Musa is Nigeria's third most covered player with 96 appearances for the West African side, behind Vincent Enyeama [101] and Joseph Yobo [100].

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