Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa is free to leave Kano Pillars any time he gets an offer from Europe according to the club’s chairman, Yahaya Surajo.
Musa rejoined Pillars on April 13, until the end of the 2020/21 season but his contract includes a clause that allows him to leave once he finds a club abroad, Surajo said.
With the transfer window in Europe already in full swing, Musa looks set for trials overseas and Surajo says he is free to leave since he is only offering free services to the club according to Punch.
“We all know how important (Ahmed) Musa has been to the club, we would love to see him stay till the end of the season, but he is free to leave the moment he gets an offer with any European club,” Surajo said.
“Musa is still a Kano Pillars player, he still trains with us, he played last week in Kaduna, so definitely, he is still with us.
“What is written in his contract with us is that he can leave any time. The moment he gets any offer, he can notify us and leave. He does not need a notice, he just gives us written information and he can leave.”
Musa is yet to score for Sai Masu Gida since rejoining his boyhood club. The forward, who left Saudi Arabian side Al Nassr in October 2020, is currently valued at €4m, according to Transfermarket.