BY TIAMIYU NURAYN ADEYINKA
Leicester City manager Claude Puel says the club would address the future of out-of-favour Nigeria striker Ahmed Musa this winter.
The £16million signing, who was a record buy in the summer of 2016 from CSKA Moscow, has fallen down the pecking order at the King Power Stadium and Puel admits he has too many forwards in his squad.
“We will see,” said Puel, when asked if Musa would be sold.
“Perhaps it is a possibility. We will see for the player and with the opportunity for the club also.
“There is always discussion and I need to have some discussions about some players.”
Reports of a loan move to Turkish side Bursaspor surfaced earlier this week, but they have since been rubbished by Musa’s representative Tony Harris.
“There’s a big chance that Musa will remain in England,” he said.
“I’m however surprised about the link to Bursaspor. I don’t know where the rumour came from.
Musa has not played a single minute of Premier League football this season, although was on the bench at Liverpool last week.
His only action came in the Carabao Cup tie at Sheffield United.