Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa, is reportedly on the radar of two premier league clubs who are jostling to bring him in this month.
Ahmed Musa parted ways with Al Nasr last year and has been club less since leaving the Saudi Arabian giants.
West Bromwich Albion and Burnley are believed to be going head to head to bring in the former Kano Pillars winger.
All Nigeria Soccer reported that the future of the 28-year-old will be decided in the “coming days” with him having also an offer from CSKA Moscow.
West Bromwich Albion are looking for a solution to their goalscoring problems which is pivotal to them surviving the drop from the PL.
Musa who was once on the payroll of Leicester City has made it known that his priority is a return to the Premier League.
CSKA Moscow have also tabled their offer for their former employee and are hoping he could return to the club for his third spell.
He last played professional football in November, as he captained the Super Eagles in qualification games for the African Cup of Nations against Sierra Leone twice.
Musa’s priority is reportedly the Premier League, with it likely that he wants redemption after failing to succeed with Leicester back in 2017.