Al-Nassar forward and Stand-in Super Eagles Captain Ahmed Musa has admitted that he missed playing alongside fellow Nigerian player Victor Moses.
Recall that Victor Moses retired from international duty weeks after featuring for Nigeria at the World Cup in Russia, with his retirement announcement stunning the Nigeria media and supporters.
However officials of the Nigerian Football Federation recently paid him a visit in London where he plies his trade. Though details of the visit are yet to be made available, media speculations has it that the visit was to talk about his club side career which is on the decline at Chelsea, while discussion of his possible return to international duty was also anticipated.
And Now Ahmed Musa, despite contributing his own quota to the Nigerian team in their qualifying round of games, has reechoed what could be termed as the view of other players and officials in the team, who are of the opinion that the Chelsea player is too young to retire from International duty.
Musa is hoping that Victor Moses could revert his earlier decision as the Nigerian team gears up for the 2019 African Cup of Nations in Cameroun
Musa said: “If he wants to come back, the door is always open for him. For me, I miss him very well.”