Super Eagles captain and Sivaspor forward, Ahmed Musa, says he’s hoping to bounce back stronger after his successful arm surgery in Turkey on Tuesday.
Musa on September 18, sustained an arm injury while playing for Sivasspor in a 2-1 Turkish Super Lig loss to Ankaragucu at Eryaman Stadium. He is expected to be out of action for up to four weeks.
The Nigeria international was operated on at the Acıbadem Kayseri Hospital. The operation was carried out by experienced surgeons; Prof. Dr. Sinan Karaoglu, Dr. Bertan Cengiz and Dr. Mehmet Sergeant and a team of nurses.
The former Leicester City forward has thanked the club, fans and doctors for their support as he hopes to return to the pitch stronger and better.
“I just want to express my heartfelt appreciation to Allah for a successful surgery on my left arm. As we all know, no surgery is too minor so I am grateful for the competent doctors assigned to me for a job well done. Also to you all, for your messages, prayers and words of encouragement. I hope to be back on the field soon stronger and absolutely better. Thanks everyone.
The 29-year-old joined Sivaspor from Fatih Karagümrük after spending just one season with the Turkish outfit. He’s made seven appearances for the club this season in all competitions.