Leicester City's Musa Likened To France Super Kid Mbappé By Galatasaray CoachPublished: July 02, 2018
Nigeria's top scorer in the history of the World Cup, Ahmed Musa, has been likened to France super kid Kylian Mbappé by Galatasaray coach Fatih Terim.
The future of Musa will dominate the back pages at home and abroad throughout the summer transfer window, having displayed his wares at the ongoing World Cup in Russia.
In addition, the Super Eagles number seven was declared surplus to requirements by Foxes manager Claude Puel last season, which led to the striker's temporary transfer to CSKA Moscow, where he got his mojo back.
One of the stars of the 2018 World Cup and the current Golden Boy, Mbappe, is known for his explosive pace and shooting abilities; Terim believes Musa possesses these innate qualities of the Frenchman.
''Ahmed Musa is the same kind of player, he is both fast and is a good finisher,'' Fatih Terim was quoted as saying by Sporx as he explained why he's interested in signing the Nigerian.
Ahmed Musa has two more years remaining on his contract with Leicester City.
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