Ahmed Musa joins Sivasspor from Turkish rivals Karagumruk

Ahmed Musa has remained in Turkey after ending his relationship with Fatih Karagumruk.

The Super Eagles captain switched to another Turkish Super Lig side Sivasspor today, joining them as a free agent upon the termination of his Karagumruk contract.

“Our Demir Grup Sivasspor, which continues its transfer efforts, has finally tied midfield player Ahmed Musa, who wore the Vavacars Fatih Karagümrük jersey, to its colours,” the club announced on their official website today.

“Ahmed Musa signed a contract that binds him to Demir Grup Sivasspor for two years starting from the 2022-2023 season. Our President Mecnun Otyakmaz also took part in the signing ceremony.”

Musa, 29, joined Karagumruk on a free transfer in April 2021 after a short stint back at Kano Pillars.

He played 37 times for the Turkish club, contributing four goals and two assists. He made three appearances for them already this season before making the switch.

Musa’s career began with Jos University Teaching Hospital in Plateau State before he made his breakthrough at Pillars and the Nigerian U-20 national team in 2010.

He is one of the most widely travelled Nigerian players, having featured in The Netherlands with VVV Venlo, Russia with CSKA Moscow, England with Leicester City and Saudi Arabia with Al-Nassr.

Musa is also the most capped Nigeria international ever with 106 appearances for the national team.

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