Pillars to share £800,000 from Ahmed Musa transfer to Leicester


It can exclusively be reported that Nigeria league club Kano Pillars will share in about £800,000 training compensation from the recent transfer of Ahmed Musa to Premier League champions Leicester City.

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“Pillars are due part of the training compensation from the sale of Ahmed Musa to Leicester City,” an official said.

Ahmed Musa, 23, featured for Pillars for a season – the 2009/10 season – and set a new all-time goals record of 18.

He was on loan from JUTH FC of Jos.

The other beneficiaries from this pay-out are Ahmed Musa’s former clubs Russian champions CSKA Moscow and Dutch club VVV Venlo.

However, the Nigeria star’s first league JUTH FC will not enjoy this payment as they are defunct.

Leicester City bought Ahmed Musa from Russian army club CSKA for a record-shattering fee of about £18 million.

The Nigeria international has so far made four appearances in the Premier League.
Credit: Africanfootball
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