Super Eagles striker Ahmed Musa has been making the headlines recently with speculations linking him with a move out of Premier League champions Leicester after just one season at the club.
The former CSKA Moscow forward’s agent Tony Harris confirmed that an unnamed Chinese club made inquiries about the availability of Musa in the next transfer window, but the former Kano Pillars man is staying put to fight for a first team shirt.
”Yes a Chinese club contacted Leicester about a transfer but Musa wants to remain in England to prove his worth and to play regular football,” Musa’s intermediary told SuperSport.
”He wants to work for his money. He’s not the kind of person to just sit there earning easy huge wages without working hard for it.”