Super Eagles forward linked with move to Huddersfield, Fulham

Ahmed Musa's performance at the World Cup has not gone unnoticed with several clubs ready to do battle for his signature.

The 25-year-old took part in all three matches of the Super Eagles at the football fiesta and scored two goals in the game against Iceland.

Musa who is now Nigeria’s highest goal scorer at the FIFA World Cup has been linked with a move to several top European sides following his performance with Huddersfield and Fulham the latest suitors.

Ahmed Musa gets interest from Premier League sides

In a report by the Mirror, the two teams are looking to fortify their attacking lone up for the 2018/19 Premier League season.

Musa is still a player of Premier League rival club Leicester City but was sent on loan to Russian outfit .

Since his move to England in 2016 for a reported £16.6million, the pacey forward has failed to tie down a regular shirt in attack currently led by Jamie Vardy.

The report states that Leicester City will consider offloading Musa if the price is right but will have to choose between Huddersfield that almost got relegated last season or Fulham who gained promotion to the top flight from the English Championship.

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