- Ahmed Musa has been listed among the 50 worst Premier League players
- The Super Eagles striker occupy 44th position on the list
Super Eagles striker Ahmed Musa has been named among the 50 worst players ever in history to have played in the Premier League in England.
According to the report by Fourfourtwo, the former Kano Pillars striker finds himself as number 44 on the list after his unsuccessful stint at Leicester City.
Leicester broke their transfer record to bring Ahmed Musa to England for £16.6m from CSKA Moscow, but the Super Eagles striker did not impress the club's selectors.
During his 18 months stay at the King Power Stadium, Ahmed Musa played 33 games for the club scoring five goals.
It got to stage at the going Premier League season in which Leicester City coaching crew ordered Ahmed Musa to be training with the team's reserves.
Musa has therefore been loaned back to Russian club CSKA Moscow where he will try to find his rhythm ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
Those listed in the first batch alongside Musa include Aston Villa’s jean Makoun on 42, Southampton’s Agustin Delgado on 43, Arsenal’s Sebastien Squillaci on 45, Aston Villa’s Aleksandar Tonev on 46, Nottingham Forests’Mikola Jerkan on 47.
Leeds Roque Junior on 48, Liverpool’s Salif Diao on 49 and Manchester United’s Radamel Falcao on 50.
Earlier, NAIJ.com had reported how Nigerian international Ahmed Musa joined Russian club CSKA Moscow on loan from Premier League club Leicester City two years after joining the Foxes.
The Super Eagles striker found regular playing time difficult at Leicester City this season, and the former Kano Pillars' forward has rejoined the club where he played for 4 years.
On 8 July 2016, Musa moved to Leicester City for a club record £16.6 million and he scored his first goal for the club in a friendly against Barcelona in the 2016 International Champions Cup which ended in a 4–2 loss.
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