Ahmed Musa was born on the 14th of October 1992 in Jos, Nigeria. He is a native of Borno State, Nigeria and he is a Muslim by faith. He plays as a forward and left winger for Al-Nassr, a Saudi-Arabian team, and the Nigerian national team- The Super Eagles.

He was born to a Christian mother from Edo state and a Muslim father from Borno state. He was born into a polygamous family, but Ahmed Musa lost his father in 1999 when he was just 7 years old. His mother continued to support the family, alongside his 4 sisters. His mother passed away unfortunately in 2019.

Ahmed Musa Profile

In 2014, Ahmed Musa became the first Nigerian to score more than one goal in the 2014 FIFA world cup match against Argentina. He also scored twice against Iceland in the group stage of the 2018 FIFA world cup.

Ahmed Musa
Ahmed Musa
Real nameAhmed Musa
Date of birth14 October 1992
Country of OriginFederal Republic of Nigeria
OccupationProfessional Footballer
Net worth$23 Million
WifeJuliet Ejue (m. 2017), Jamila Musa (m. 2013–2017)
ChildrenHalima Musa, Ahmed Musa Junior

Ahmed Musa began his football career in the GBS football academy in Jos. In 2008, he was loaned to JUTH.FC, where he played in 18 games. He was then sent to Kano Pillars F.C., on another loan. He used to hold the record for the highest number of goals ever made in one season in Nigerian Premier League history. In 2010, Ahmed Musa was transferred to VVV-Venlo, a Dutch club but he was unable to play at the time because he was 17 years of age. He began to play for VVV-Venlo officially when he turned 18 on the 14th of 0ctober.

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He also played for CSKA Moscow, a Russian-based club between 2012 – 2016, where he scored 42 goals in 125 appearances and won the Russian Premier league 3 times; the Russian cup; and the Russian super cup. In July 2016 he was signed by Leicester City football club from England. His transfer fee was valued at 16.6 million pounds, but in January 2018 after making 21 appearances and scoring 2 goals, he moved back to CSKA Moscow football club on a loan from Leicester City from 2017 to 2018.  In August 2018, he was reportedly signed to Al-Nassr his current club for 14.5 million pounds.

He has been nicknamed ‘The Governor’ by his teammates and friends following rumours that he was interested in politics. He is also an astute and devoted Muslim, who ensures that he participates in all religious activities as seen on his social media pages. He is also a Philanthropist, who gives to the poor and needy when he has the opportunity to do so.  

Ahmed Musa family
Ahmed Musa family

Based on his talents and numerous achievements, Goal.com included his name on the top 100 young football players that should be looked out for in 2011. Also, another expert from Goal.com, Lolade Adewuyi included his name on the list of the most talented Nigerian International players in the year 2010. He was also included in the list of the 140 best players in the world by IFFHS.

Ahmed Musa has been married twice. He was first married to Jamila Musa, with who he had 2 children, but they got divorced on the terms of alleged domestic violence. There were rumours that Ahmed Musa had been involved with Juliet Ejue, while still married to Jamila. And in 2017 after his divorce from Jamila, he got married to Juliet. In 2018, Juliet gave birth to a baby boy called Ibrahim.

Ahmed Musa Salary

He currently plays for Al-Nassr, where he earns a weekly salary of 60,000 pounds and an annual salary of 16.5 million Euros. While playing for Leicester City FC, he earned an annual salary of about $3 million, on a weekly salary of $43,000 (N16.6 million).

Ahmed Musa’s Net Worth

Ahmed Musa’s net worth is estimated to be at $23 Million, with a market value of $18 million some say that his net worth is over billions of naira, as his investments keep on increasing.  

Ahmed Musa Cars

Ahmed Musa Cars
Ahmed Musa Cars

At 26 years old, he erected several buildings that are of significance to his childhood and teenage years. In addition, he loves cars and is not afraid to show them. He has been spotted in up to 4 luxury cars, one including a BMW he bought for his son.

Some of Ahmed Musa’s cars are:

Ahmed Musa’s cars are:
Ahmed Musa’s cars are:

Ahmed Musa House

He was brought up in Jos, Nigeria, so his first port of call was to build a mansion in his childhood city. Although in 2013, his home was burgled when some armed men raided his house wanting to take away his ex-wife and son.

Ahmed Musa Houses
Ahmed Musa Houses

He moved out of the first mansion and got built a new mansion with updated security gadgets and personnel. His mansion in Jos, includes a swimming pool, a gym, a mosque, and a football field that has a synthetic pitch.

Ahmed Musa Houses 2
Ahmed Musa Houses

He also built a sports complex in Kano, which he spent N500 million on, as a gift to playing for Kano Pillars when he was younger.

Ahmed Musa’s new club

Ahmed Musa's new club
Ahmed Musa’s new club

Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa has signed a two-year deal with Turkish Super Lig side Sivasspor Kulübü.

The Nigerian international was reportedly identified by his new boss as a key player to help the team in the UEFA Europa Conference League title chase.

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  1. Itz bunayya jos Reply

    This is so nice. Becouse i dont think a young foodballer can earn net woth like this

  2. Auwal abdullahi Reply

    Peace be open you ahamad Musa I hope to you will more lif?

  3. Muhammed Abdullahi kamba Reply

    Asiwaju jagaban pls if u when contest president better to u to go and see north elders like babangada abdulsalam Ali gusau t’y danjumma and rest of them we people from the north we need aspirant like u that having espirence and Lagos State governor tinibu go a head and serving Nigeria a gain no more Jonathan again.

  4. Aiwanfo Nelson Reply

    Keep on the good works you are [email protected] musa for use your wealth to asist the poor,GOD ALMIGHTY Keep and protect you and your entire house-hold,IJMN

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