Turkish Super Lig giants Galatasaray has been closely linked with a move for Leicester City and Super Eagles star striker Ahmed Musa this summer.
The Nigerian star’s agent claims they are in talks with the Turkish outfit over a possible season-long loan that could lead to a permanent deal.
Musa, who is currently on holidays after playing for the Super Eagles at the World Cup, spent the last term at CSKA Moscow after joining Leicester for £16million in 2016.
In his first season at the King Power Stadium, Musa scored just twice in 21 Premier League games.
His performances did not impress Claude Puel, with the Frenchman sending the 25-year-old back to his former club in January.
Seven goals in 16 appearances in all competitions for the Russian side was enough to warrant his place in the Nigeria squad for the World Cup.
Musa, however, crashed out of the Russia 2018 World Cup with the Super Eagles of Nigeria where the Leicester City’s forward was the Eagles’ player of the tournament.
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