Nigeria international striker Ahmed Musa has started training with his new side Kano Pillars after he was spotted at their training ground on Monday, April 19, 2021.

Musa, who has been without a club since October 2020 after ending his stint with Saudi Arabian side Al Nassr signed a short term deal with Masu Gida last week.

The 28-year-old who is known as Governor makes a return to the Nigeria Professional Football League, 10 years after leaving Kano Pillars.

It was earlier reported that, the all-time top scorer for Nigeria at the FIFA World Cup will commence training with the Kano based club this week ahead of the second round of Nigeria’s top flight.

However, the Super Eagles skipper has finally started his career with Kano Pillars as he is spotted with captain Rabiu in Sabon Geri.

The former CSKA Moscow and Leicester City winger scored 18 goals in 25 games before he left Kano Pillars in 2011 to embark on a career that incorporated spells in Netherlands, Russia, England and Saudi Arabia and he is expected to add value to the domestic top-flight league.

He is expected to make his debut when the Nigeria Professional Football League resumes later this month.

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