AFCON Qualifier: Musa will be available for clash against Seychelles

By Daily Sports on February 23, 2019

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Super Eagles assistant captain, Ahmed Musa, will be available for next month’s Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Seychelles and international friendly with Egypt.

The Al-Nassr winger has not featured for the Saudi Arabian Professional Football League team since January 3 due to a serious thigh injury, which raised doubts over his participation in the national team’s matches.

The latest update from Al-Nassr is that Musa has resumed full training with the German preparing his squad list for the first two fixtures of 2019.About a month ago, the former Leicester City star was granted compassionate leave and traveled to Nigeria following the death of his beloved mother.

The 26-year-old has not featured for Al-Nassr in their last eight games across all competitions, most recently against AGMG Olmaliq in the AFC Champions League.

Musa will be given a runout in Al-Nassr’s next game against Al Feiha on February 23, exactly one month before the Super Eagles clash with Seychelles. (Vanguard)

•Photo shows Ahmed Musa 

Source Daily Sports

Posted February 23, 2019

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