Huddersfield Move For Leicester City Ace Rivalled By Champions League Side

Leicester City striker Ahmed Musa has been closely linked with a summer exit.

Huddersfield are looking to bring the Nigeria international striker to the John Smith’s Stadium this summer according to the Mirror.

Per the source, the striker has been deemed surplus to requirements at the King Power Stadium by head coach Claude Puel.

The Premier League outfit would face competition from Fulham who are also interested.

Fulham and Huddersfield do however, face competition from Galatasaray who are keen on a loan move.

Turkish sports newspaper AMK lead with the headline, ‘The Emperors Soldiers’ – the Emperor being head coach Fatih Terim.

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Source: AMK Newspaper

Musa is one of four players Galatasaray want to snap up ahead of their Champions League group stage campaign.

Stoke City midfielder Badou Ndiaye, Kasimpasa attacking midfielder Trezeguet and Alanyaspor star Emre Akbaba and the other three names on the list.

The Lions are keen on loan moves this summer due to pressure from Financial Fair Play to curb spending.

Musa scored twice for Nigeria in the 2018 World Cup in Russia, the Super Eagles bowed out at the group stage.