- Saudi Arabia topflight side Al Nassr sign Nigerian forward Ahmed Musa on a four year deal
- He scored two super goals for the three time African champions at the 2018 World Cup in Russia
- a sizeable number of fans were at the airport to welcome their new signing chanting his name on arrival
Super Eagles superstar Ahmed Musa is super excited with the warm reception he got from the fans of his new club Al-Nassr FC.
The 25-year-old forward joined the Saudi Arabian top side in a four year deal valued at €16,50 million this summer after just two seasons at Premier League side Leicester City.
He was superb for Nigeria at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia - scoring twice to help Gernot Rohr's side beat debutants Iceland in their second Group D encounter at Volgograd Arena.
Musa joined the Foxes from CSKA Moscow in 2016 in a four year deal but spent just two seasons at the King Power outfit before joining the Saudi Arabian side this summer.
He spent the second half of the 2017-18 season on loan at Russian side CSKA Moscow after falling out of favour with his manager Cluade Puel.
Excited Musa after his reception took to social media to express his gratitude to all the fans that came out to welcome him.
He said: "What a amazing reception here in Saudi Arabia," Musa said on his official social media handle.
"I want to thank each and every person who came out and welcomed me at the airport.
"I am really humbled. I can feel the excitement and energy already, I am looking forward to this historic opportunity @AlNassrFC."
NAIJ.com previously reported that fans of Saudi Arabian club Al-Nassr trooped to the airport to welcome Super Eagles striker Ahmed Musa.
The Nigerian international made a summer move to the Middle East club from Leicester City for an undisclosed fee.
The Super Eagles forward was the Foxes' record signing when he moved to the King Power Stadium for £16.6 million in 2016.
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