The Nigeria international forward has extended his stay with Krasno-sinie for a further four years after helping them to a second place finish in the Russian topflight

Ahmed Musa has signed a new four-year contract with CSKA Moscow that will keep him at the Arena Khimki till the end of the 2018/2019 season.

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The new deal comes on the back of the Red Army securing Champions League qualification for next season, after they sealed 2nd spot in the Russian Premier League with a 1-1 draw at FC Rostov on Saturday.

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“Negotiations went very smoothly,” general director Roman Babaev told

“During the talks we were concentrating on technical details, as Musa’s intention to continue performing in Red-Blue shirt was obvious from the first day. We are delighted that Ahmed prolonged his contract with the club.”

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Musa – who joined PFC CSKA from VVV Venlo in 2012 – has racked up 124 matches for the Red-Blue, scoring 36 goals.

The Super Eagles striker’s repertoire of laurels include two Russian League titles, one Russian Cup and two Russian Super Cups.