Nigeria forward Ahmed Musa has given by far the biggest hint yet that this will be his last season with Russian club CSKA Moscow.
EPL surprise leaders Leicester City had an offer for Ahmed Musa rejected severally by CSKA in the January transfer window with several other clubs linked to the flying winger.
However, the Nigeria star has stayed put at the Russian army club with strong indications he could finally be sold in the summer now.
He has now paid a glowing tribute to CSKA, saying he will be happy to return to the club again.
“CSKA became my home. I am very happy I went to this club. It was thanks to CSA that I became the footballer I am now,” he told sport-express.ru
“I thank all the players, coaches and fans for their warm support and for what they have done for me.
“And if I ever have a chance to go back in future, I will be happy to do that.”