Kargumruk SK, a Turkish League giant, has concluded a deal to sign Nigerian international Ahmed Musa for one year.
On Thursday, the super-Lig club unveiled the 28-year-old ahead of the upcoming season.
After leaving his boyhood club Kano pillars in Nigeria, Musa has returned to Europe.
The contract details were not disclosed, but the striker is expected to assist the club’s push in the Turkish top flight this year.
The former Leicester striker began his European career with VVV-Venlo before joining Russian top-flight side CSKA Moscow.
Kazagumruk is Musa’s fourth club in his career, which began in 2008.
Musa moved to Europe in 2010 to join VVV Venlo before joining CSKA Moscow, where he made his debut. With the club, he won the Russian league three times.
Afterward, he joined Leicester City for a club record of $16 million, before returning to CSKA Moscow on loan.
Musa joined Al Nassr in August 2018, before joining Kano Pillars in summer.