Al-Nasr had taken a surprising decision, dropping Ahmed Moussa from the team’s list, and the return of Brazilian midfielder Petros to strengthen the international ranks, after doubts about his continuation in the next season.
Moussa confirmed in statements to “ESPN” that he is seeking to return to the European leagues again after his departure from Al-Nasr, explaining that this is the best time to take this step.
He continued, “I have enjoyed my time during the two years I spent with Al Nassr, and the club was wonderful in its dealings with him.”
He added that he wanted to thank everyone at Al-Nassr, and the fans for understanding his desire to leave, after he felt that he was a big part of the club.
And the Nigerian star blew, a strong surprise, that he had contacted the Al-Nasr administration to end his contract before the door of transfers was closed in Saudi Arabia, explaining that they were kind enough to him to agree to let him go.
It is noteworthy that the Nigerian “Daily Post” newspaper, and before it the journalist Ahmed Al-Ajlan, announced that Musa is still at the disposal of Al-Nasr Club, which granted the player a paid leave, until January 2021, to finally settle his future.
And Moussa’s survival in the pile of victory raises a great legal controversy, because the global list will include 8 foreigners, at a time when the regulations allow, only 7 professionals.
Moussa’s statements that he asked to leave Al-Nasr, indicate a strong possibility that the club negotiates with him to waive his dues in exchange for allowing his contract to be terminated, to confirm the safety of the legal position of the world.