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Turkey’s Fatih Karagumruk terminate Ahmed Musa’s contract

Turkey’s Fatih Karagumruk end Ahmed Musa's contract Turkey’s Fatih Karagumruk end Ahmed Musa's contract
Turkey’s Fatih Karagumruk end Ahmed Musa's contract

Turkey’s Fatih Karagumruk have terminated the contract of Ahmed Musa, Super Eagles captain, based on mutual agreement.

The club announced Musa’s departure in a post on its Twitter account on Friday.

“We have parted ways by mutual agreement with professional football player Ahmed Musa, who was included in our squad in the 2021-22 season,” it wrote.

“We would like to thank Ahmed Musa for his services to our club and wish him success in his future football career.”

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The 28-year-old attacker joined the Turkish club in July 2021 after a short spell at Kano Pillars.

The details and duration of the deal were not revealed at the time of announcement.

This is the second time in two years that the Eagles captain would be released as a free agent, following the severance of his contract by Al Nassr of Saudi Arabia before its due date.

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Karagumruk were the fourth European club that Musa played for in his career that spans as far back as 2008.

Musa moved to Europe in 2010 to join VVV Venlo before heading to Russia in the books of CSKA Moscow, where he announced himself to the world. He won the Russian league three times with the club.

He then made a £16 million move to Leicester City, where he spent 2 seasons before heading to the middle east with Al Nassr.

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