There is light at the end of the dark tunnel for Super Eagles and Leicester city forward Ahmed Musa, as Turkish Super League side Bursaspor are negotiating to take him on loan for the rest of the season.
Musa Formerly of CSKA Moscow, joined the Foxes during 2016 summer transfer, but has found first team difficult to get since he joined the team.
Bursaspor representative Hasan Parlakay says a permanent transfer is unlikely but that negotiations over a loan deal are ongoing.
“Ahmed Musa is a very influential player who
will be able to add value and class to us, but if we are realistic, we cannot buy him.
“But he wants to play with Nigeria in the World Cup. For this you have to keep playing and keep form in the league. We have players in our team from the same national team, Agu and Ekong.
“Wearing the Bursaspor shirt on loan until the end of the year is an attractive offer. We hope to give good news in the coming days” he told Leicester city website.
The Nigerian has played just one first-team
game for City this season, scoring in the 4-1
Carabao Cup win at Sheffield United, while he has only featured in a Premier League squad once, appearing on the bench for the 2-1 defeat at Liverpool last month.