Nigeria forward Ahmed Musa has rejoined CSKA Moscow on a six-month loan deal from Leicester City.
Musa passed a medical on Monday night, and returns to the club he left in July 2016 after failing to tie down a regular place in the Foxes first team.
The 25-year-old has only made 18 league appearances for Leicester since joining in the summer of 2016 and has spent most of that time out of the match-day squad, putting his place in Nigeria's World Cup squad in jeopardy.
He told KweséESPN exclusively...
Leicester forward Ahmed Musa has returned to former club CSKA Moscow on loan until the end of the season.
The Nigeria international joined Leicester in a then club-record £16 million deal in Aug. 2016, and has since notched five goals in 33 appearances.
Musa has only managed one Leicester appearance this term however, when he found the net in a Carabao Cup clash at Sheffield United, and has now been farmed out to the Russian Premier League side, where he spent five seasons, racking up more...
MANCHESTER, England -- Three thoughts on Manchester United's 2-1 win vs. CSKA Moscow in the UEFA Champions League.
1. Comeback win seals top spot for Man United
It would have taken the most disastrous result in Manchester United's European history to dump them out of the Champions League and, despite CSKA Moscow taking a surprise lead, it never looked like happening.
With one eye on Manchester City's visit on Sunday, Jose Mourinho felt confident enough to make six changes to the team that beat Arsenal....
Manchester United came from behind to beat CSKA Moscow and top their Champions League group as Jose Mourinho's men took their unbeaten home run to a club record-equalling 40th match.
It always appeared a case of when rather than if United would progress to the round of 16 for the first time since 2013-14, despite their winning start to Group A ending with the last-gasp defeat at Basel in the previous group game.
Not even Alan Dzagoev's controversial opener had the Old Trafford faithful concerned...