Leicester City forward Ahmed Musa has revealed why he turned down a season-long loan deal from Championship side Hull City in the summer.
The Tigers were relegated from the Premier League last campaign despite a late surge under former manager Marco Silva.
Hull City Close to Reuniting Slutsky With Current Leicester Striker as Transfer Edges Closer https://t.co/4N90Ll7utP— Leicester Pro (@LeicesterPro) August 30, 2017
Speaking to Russian website
Current Hull boss Leonid Slutsky joined the side at the beginning of the season and after working with the 25-year-old at CSKA Moscow, he tried to bring him to the KCOM Stadium in the summer.
Musa rates Slutsky highly and to the Leicester forward he
Despite rejecting the move, the Leicester attacker
Ahmed Musa thought he was above City & the championship when he knew he'd only be a bench warmer in the summer. Too bad he changed his mind, but I wouldnt welcome him he should have come when he had the chance @HDMHullCity @HullCity— Liam Coates (@L_I_Am121) November 13, 2017
But Musa may not be able to turn down the temptation of linking up with his former boss if he tries to make another approach despite supporters thinking otherwise.
"And he really calls me to Hull City. I just cannot physically tell him ‘no’. Perhaps in the near future again I will play for his team."
The Nigerian hasn't played a single minute this season despite the managerial change. Leicester face Manchester City on Saturday afternoon.