Despite the shocking decision
Riyadh’s yellow decision to disengage from Moussa on the last day of the summer Mercato prevented the Nigerian winger from moving to a club in the Saudi Professional League, despite the interest of more than one club to sign a former Leicester City player, headed by Al-Ittihad.
On Monday, press reports revealed that Musa dazzled the Al-Nasr management during the contract termination procedures by agreeing to waive the financial dues for the remainder of the contract period, contenting himself with obtaining the salaries owed until October.
According to “Kwoura” website, Musa did not impose any conditions on Asfar Riyadh to terminate the contract, as he showed great respect for the world and the period that he spent between the walls of Faris Najd, to get about 14 million riyals, representing the value of salaries and bonuses decided so far.
The source pointed out that the Green Eagles wing ignored the adherence to obtaining about 50 million riyals, equivalent to the remaining dues in the period of the contract, which dazzled the global management, and decided to pay Musa’s arrears urgently.
The club Al-Nasr announced yesterday evening, Sunday, the departure of the Nigerian winger after two seasons with the team, opening the door to the continuation of the average field, Petros Matthews, in the global list for the current season, despite the Brazilian exit from coach Roy Vitoria’s accounts.
Fares Najd, through the club’s official account on the Twitter site, posted a video clip in which he retraces Musa’s march with the team, since his trip to Riyadh in the summer of 2018, commenting “Thank you Ahmed Musa”.
Musa, the 28-year-old, joined Al-Nasr from Leicester City immediately after his participation with his country’s national team in the last World Cup, and he played 57 matches with him, in which he scored 11 goals compared to 14 assists he provided to his colleagues, contributing to the team’s victory in the Mohammed Bin Salman Cup League. For the 2018-2019 professionals and the Super Cup early this year.
The victory was settled by the presence of Australian goalkeeper Brad Jones, Brazilian defender Maicon, left-back Kim Jin Soo, Brazilian Petros, Moroccan Noureddine Amrabat, Argentine Gonzalo Martinez, and striker Abdul Razzaq Hamdallah.