Ahmed Musa Transfer To Kano Pillars: Amokachi Highlight Benefits

Ex-International Daniel Amokachi has commended the return of Super Eagles skipper Ahmed Musa to former club Kano Pillars, saying such a move will promote the NPFL.

The 28-year-old has signed a short-term contract with Pillars after he parted ways with Al Nassr of Saudi Arabia.

“It’s commendable for Ahmed Musa to return and play in the NPFL,” former Everton star Amokachi said in a radio interview today.

“This will helped to promote the league by adding to the excitement in the competition both at home and overseas.

“I know he has many offers from abroad but he is probably taking his time to decide where he will play next and so this decision to rejoin Pillars.

“Rashidi Yekini and I also came back to play in the league and I believe such a transfer will send a good signal to other players overseas to also come back.

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“I only hope the league will provide a better platform that will encourage players who are used to top standards abroad decide to play back home.”

This article was most recently revised and updated 2 years ago

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