Ahmed Musa biography is one piece of article many blogs are yet to define accurately. The good news is, I am going to do that here.
To begin the Ahmed Musa biography, let’s take a look at who this player is.
Musa plays as a forward and left winger for Saudi Arabian team Al-Nassr and the Nigeria national team.
Ahmed Musa became the first Nigerian to score in two FIFA World Cup competitions, after scoring two times against Iceland in the group stage of the Russia 2018 World Cup and twice against Argentina in the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
The Nigerian International was loaned to JUTH F.C. in 2008 where he played 18 games, scoring four goals in his first two professional seasons for the Healers.
The winger was transferred to Dutch club VVV-Venlo in summer 2010, but the move was not allowed to go through because he was only 17 years of age and thus not eligible.
Ahmed Musa won the AIT footballer of the year award on 8 March 2011.
The player signed for Russian side CSKA Moscow on 7 January 2012 for an undisclosed fee, and by 1s of June 2015, Musa signed a new four-year contract with CSKA until the end of the 2018-19 season.
By July 8 2016, Musa moved to Leicester City for a club record £16.6 million and scored his first goals with the club in a friendly against Barca in the 2016 International Champions Cup which they lost 4-2.
On 30 January 2018, the striker made a comeback to CSKA Moscow on loan for the remainder of the 2017-18 season.
Musa switched to Saudi Arabian side Al-Nassr on 4 August 2018 for a reported fee of £14.5 million.
In April 2010, Super Eagles Coach Lars Lagerbäck called him up to join the national team camp prior to the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.
On 5 August 2010, Musa, at the age of 17, made his debut for the Super Eagles in a qualifier game for the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations against Madagascar, where he came on as a substitute for John Obi Mikel.
Musa found the back of the net for the first time for the Super Eagles in a March 2011 friendly against Kenya.
In April 2011, Ahmed Musa’s name was included in the under-20 Flying Eagles squad to represent Nigeria in the 2011 African Youth Championship qualifiers.
After the opening match against defending champions Ghana, Musa won the most valuable player award.
After appearing in all of Nigeria’s qualifying games, Musa was named in Stephen Keshi’s team for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
Ahmed Musa and Family
The Ahmed Musa marriage that I know of her two. He’s been involved in two marriages.
Ahmed Musa first wife was Jamila Musa with whom he had two beautiful children, a boy and a girl. The son’s name is Ahmed Musa Junior and daughter’s name is Halima Musa.
Ahmed and Jamila got involved in a terrible fight and the former Leicester City forward blamed Jamila for flagging down the police on him and stating a family harassment accusation that he denied. Still, Ahmed was arrested.
Ahmed Musa marriage took another turn and then he got himself another wife, Juliet Ejue.
The Nigerian international wedded Juliet Ejue in May 2017. They celebrated their first-anniversary last year. Ahmed says he does not regret his first marriage and hopes that the second will be even happier and long-lasting.
On the 27th of July 2018, Ahmed Musa announced that he became a father for the third time when he posted a lovely photo of his newborn baby on his Instagram account. The baby was born in Velden, Austria.
This is the first baby between Ahmed and Juliet.
Best wishes to Ahmed Musa and family and his children.
AHMED MUSA TRANSFER
AHMED MUSA SALARY
According to Kwesé ESPN, Ahmed Musa has left Leicester City and signed a four-year deal worth £14.8million, which could rise to £25million with add-ons for Saudi Arabian club Al-Nassr.
AHMED MUSA HOUSE AND CARS
AHMED MUSA CARS
If you think I’m going to leave out automobiles from this Ahmed Musa biography, think again. I love cars, so ain’t no way I won’t pry into Ahmed Musa cars.
At just 25, Musa boasts of several cars and a couple of houses. Below are some of Ahmed Musa cars we know of:
AHMED MUSA HOUSE
Ahmed Musa built himself a luxurious mansion in his native city in Jos, Plateau State where he grew and received his education.
This house is not the first for Ahmed Musa in Jos; there was a not so pleasant incident involving the talented forward’s previous residence in his native land.
In 2013, Musa’s home was suddenly attacked by armed men who were in search of his family – wife and little son. Fortunately, no one was hurt.
Ahmed Musa spent millions of dollars to construct a brand new mansion in Jos, with more security features.
Goal.com reports that Ahmed Musa’s new mansion in Jos includes a swimming pool, a massive size football field with a synthetic pitch, a gym, as well as a mosque.
AHMED MUSA MOTHER
Ahmed Musa biography won’t be complete if I don’t delve into his family matters.
Ahmed Musa’s mother, Sarah Moses, single-handedly nurtured the Super Eagles star and her other four daughters after her husband’s death 21 years ago.
In 2017, Ahmed Musa mother graced the unveiling of the ₦500 million sports fitness centre in the ancient city of Kano built by her son.
At that event, Sarah Moses described Musa as a philanthropist who has touched so many lives with his wealth.
According to Sarah Moses, contrary to insinuations that the footballer hailed from Jos, Plateau state, Ahmed Musa’s mother said, “Ahmed Musa is actually from Maiduguri in Borno state. I am the second wife to the late father who died when he was seven years old.”
Ahmed Musa’s mother died Thursday 24th of January 2019. Sarah Moses’ death was announced by Musa on his Twitter page.
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