Russian club CSKA Moscow have rejected an improved offer from Premier League leaders Leicester City for Nigeria’s Ahmed Musa, reports BBC Sports.
£18.7m for Nigeria forward Ahmed Musa?
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BBC further reports that Moscow turned down an improved bid of $26.5m, from the original offer which was $21.6m.
Musa, 23, has scored 10 goals in 29 games this season in Russia and 11 times in 56 appearances for Nigeria.
And according to BBC Sport, Musa, made his international debut for Nigeria against Madagascar in September 2010, and scored twice in Nigeria’s 3-2 loss to Argentina at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
It adds that he has scored the county’s fastest-ever goal at a World Cup – netting after four minutes – before becoming their first player to score twice in one game at the tournament.