Ahmed Musa’s Net Worth (Updated 2022), Salary | Cars and Houses
Ahmed Musa’s Net Worth (Updated 2022)
Ahmed Musa’s Net Worth (Updated 2022) is estimated to be ₦9 billion, with a market value of ₦18 million, however, as his investments grow, some speculate that his net worth is in the billions of naira.
Ahmed Musa Wage
He currently plays for Al-Nassr and earns 60,000 pounds per week and 16.5 million Euros per year. He earned an annual salary of approximately $3 million while playing for Leicester City FC, with a weekly salary of $43,000. (N16.6 million).
|Real name||Ahmed Musa|
|Date of birth||14 October 1992|
|Country of Origin||Federal Republic of Nigeria|
|Net worth||₦9 billion|
|Wife||Juliet Ejue (m. 2017), Jamila Musa (m. 2013–2017)|
|Children||Halima Musa, Ahmed Musa Junior|
Ahmed Musa’s Biography
Musa is a forward and left winger for the Saudi Arabian club Al-Nassr as well as the Nigeria national team. Ahmed Musa became the first Nigerian to score in two FIFA World Cups, scoring twice against Iceland in the group stage of the 2018 FIFA World Cup and twice against Argentina in the 2014 FIFA World Cup. In his first two professional seasons, the Nigerian international was loaned to JUTH F.C., where he played 18 games and scored four goals.
The winger was transferred to Dutch club VVV-Venlo in the summer of 2010, but the transfer was denied because he was only 17 years old and thus ineligible. On March 8, 2011, Ahmed Musa was named AIT Footballer of the Year. Musa signed a four-year contract with CSKA Moscow on January 7, 2012, for an undisclosed fee. By June 1, 2015, Musa had signed a new four-year contract with CSKA until the end of the 2018-19 season.
Musa joined Leicester City for a club-record £16.6 million on July 8, 2016, and scored his first goals for the club in a friendly against Barcelona in the 2016 International Champions Cup, which they lost 4-2. On January 30, 2018, the striker returned to CSKA Moscow on loan for the rest of the 2017-18 season. Musa joined Al-Nassr in Saudi Arabia on 4 August 2018 for a reported fee of £14.5 million.
Super Eagles Coach Lars Lagerbäck called him up in April 2010 to join the national team camp ahead of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa. Musa made his Super Eagles debut on August 5, 2010, against Madagascar in a qualifier for the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations, coming on as a substitute for John Obi Mikel. Musa scored his first goal for the Super Eagles in March 2011 friendly against Kenya.
Ahmed Musa was named to Nigeria’s under-20 Flying Eagles squad for the 2011 African Youth Championship qualifiers in April 2011. Musa was named the most valuable player following the opening match against defending champions Ghana. Musa was named to Stephen Keshi’s team for the 2014 FIFA World Cup after playing in all of Nigeria’s qualifying games.
I am aware of two Ahmed Musa marriages. He has been in two marriages. Jamila Musa was Ahmed Musa’s first wife, with whom he had two beautiful children, a boy and a girl. Ahmed Musa Junior is the son’s name, and Halima Musa is the daughter’s name. Ahmed and Jamila got into a terrible fight, and the former Leicester City forward blamed Jamila for calling the cops on him and accusing him of family harassment, which he denied. Nonetheless, Ahmed was detained.
Ahmed Musa’s marriage took a new turn, and he married Juliet Ejue. In May of this year, the Nigerian international married Juliet Ejue. Last year marked their first anniversary. Ahmed says he doesn’t regret his first marriage and hopes for an even happier and longer-lasting second.
On July 27, 2018, Ahmed Musa announced his third pregnancy by posting a beautiful photo of his newborn baby on his Instagram account. The baby was born in the Austrian town of Velden. This is Ahmed and Juliet’s first child. On Saturday, July 10, 2021, the Super Eagles captain married his second official wife, Mariam, in a private ceremony. Overall, this is the third marriage for the 28-year-old Nigerian footballer. Congratulations to Ahmed Musa, his family, and his children.
Musa’s net worth is currently estimated to be ₦9 Billion. Despite not being one of Africa’s richest footballers, here are some of his highlights.
- Russian Premier League: 2012–13, 2013–14, 2015–16
- Russian Cup: 2012–13
- Russian Super Cup: 2013, 2014
- Saudi Professional League: 2018–19
- Saudi Super Cup: 2019
- African Youth Championship: 2011
- WAFU Nations Cup: 2010
- Africa Cup of Nations: 2013
- ((Africa cup of nations bronze medal) : (2019 Africa cup of nations)
- Nigeria Premier League Top Scorer: 2009–10
- In the list of 33 best football players of the championship of Russia: 2012–13
- Russian Cup Top Scorer: 2012–13
- CAF Team of the Year: 2014
Ahmed Musa Automobiles
He has built several structures that are significant to his childhood and adolescence at the age of 26. He also enjoys cars and is not afraid to show them off. He’s been seen in up to four luxury vehicles, including a BMW he bought for his son.
Ahmed Musa’s vehicles include the following:
- Mercedes Benz CLS – 57.6 Million naira
- 2017 Porsche Macan – 37 million naira
- Mercedes Benz Sprinter – N33.4 Million naira
- Range Rover Sport ($50,000) which he bought in 2013.
- A Range Rover Velar ($60,500) which he bought in 2018.
- Mercedes Benz G-Wagon costs $127,650.
Ahmed Musa Residence
He grew up in Jos, Nigeria, so his first stop was to construct a mansion in his hometown. However, in 2013, his home was robbed by armed men who wanted to take away his ex-wife and son. He moved out of the first mansion and had a new mansion built with updated security equipment and personnel. His Jos mansion has a swimming pool, a gym, a mosque, and a football field with a synthetic pitch. He also spent N500 million to build a sports complex in Kano as a thank you for playing for Kano Pillars when he was younger.