By Muambo Edward
Football Writer, kick442.com – Cameroon
Super Eagles of Nigeria forward Ahmed Musa has reacted to reports linking him to a move to Turkish Super Lig giants Galatasaray.
Galatasaray were reported to be looking to secure the services of the hugely experienced attacker.
Musa currently plays for Saudi top flight outfit Al Nasser, where he has been crowned Saudi Professional League champion and won Saudi Super Cup.
The 27-year-old former Leicester forward, has dismissed reports that he is close to a move to Turkey, making it clear that Galatasary have not approached him yet.
“Galatasaray is a well-known team in Europe,” Musa told Complete Sports.
“However, there have been no offers to me or my manager so far. I am a player of Al Nassr and I have a contract here.”
Musa failed to score in 17 games in the Saudi Professional League this season, before it was halted as a result of the Coronavirus outbreak, under the tutelage of Portuguese coach Rui Vitória.
He moved to Al Nassr in 2018 from Leicester City following a loan stint with Russian Premier League side CSKA Moscow.
The native of Jos is one of seven foreigners in the Al Nassr team, alongside Australian goalkeeper Brad Jones, Brazilians Maicon, Petros and Guiliano as well as the Moroccan duo of Abdelarazak Hamdallah and Nordin Amrabat.
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