Former coach of Kano Pillars Mohammed Babaganaru has stated that Ahmed Musa’s Football career abroad isn’t finished yet despite the Super Eagles Captain’s latest move back to Nigeria Professional Football League side Kano Pillars for the remainder of the season.
According to brila.net, Babaganaru who signed Ahmed Musa as a teenager while still an upcoming player in the Nigeria Professional Football league told them that whatever may have occasioned Musa’s homecoming will be for a short while because he still has a lot to offer and he believes he will return to play professionally abroad.
He also praised the attitude of the national team skipper to have considered the idea of settling with Kano Pillars instead of staying idle.
“I will like to praise his attitude for him to come back to Nigeria and play for some time. I know it’s going to be for a short time. Definitely, he’s very young and he has something to offer, I believe he can still go back to Europe. You look at his age, he is still young and he can still go back to Europe, most of them that are coming back to Nigeria are above 30, they play in Nigeria and retired in Nigeria but Musa is just a temporary setback. And I believe he still has something to offer in Europe.”