Ahemed Musa rejoins CSKA Moscow on loan from Leicester City

Ahmed Musa is back to CSKA Moscow on loan from Leicester City

Ahmed Musa is back to CSKA Moscow on loan from Leicester City

Ahmed Musa has sealed his loan move from Leicester City to CSKA Moscow.

"I have not been disappointed but I have learnt from this experience".

The Nigerian spoke to the club website expressing his happiness on returning to the Russian Capital.

The Nigeria worldwide arrived at the King Power Stadium for a club-record £16 million fee in the summer of 2016 but has struggled to live up to his price-tag with the Premier League side.

But recently the jet-heeled winger was demoted to the Leicester City U21s to underline just how low he had come down to in England.

"I am happy and proud to be back".

The Foxes paid a club-record £16 million to secure the services of the Nigeria worldwide from CSKA in the summer of 2016, on the back of their unprecedented English Premier League triumph. This is truly my home; they are champions that fight for the top awards and occupy highest places. I promise that I will give everything for this club in order to make CSKA champion again. "I am back to the red-blue family!", CSKA quoted Musa on their verified Twitter handle.

"A deal has been agreed for Leicester City striker Ahmed Musa to rejoin former club CSKA Moscow on loan until the end of the 2017/18 campaign", Leicester confirmed on their official website.

He found the net five times in 33 appearances throughout his torrid spell at the King Power Stadium.

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