NIGERIAN STRIKER AND LEICESTER CITY FOOTBALLER ARRESTED ON SUSPICION OF BEATING HIS WIFE HAS BEEN RE
£16million Leicester City star Musa was led from his £850,000 home by cops in the early hours
Nigerian international Ahmed , was arrested at his home in the early hours of the morning.
Leicester City forward and alleged wife beater Musa arriving home in Leicestershire after being released by the police
Ahmed Musa was not part of the 18-man squad which beat Sunderland at the King Power Stadium on Tuesday.
It has been reported that Leicester City forward Musa has fallen out of favour under new manager Craig Shakespeare.
Musa, who has more than 60 international appearances for Nigeria, signed for Premier League champions Leicester City last July after four years in Russia.
A City spokesman said: 'We are aware that Ahmed Musa has today cooperated with a police inquiry relating to a disturbance in the early hours of this morning.
'The inquiry has since been closed and no further action is to be taken.
'We see no reason for formal action internally, though Ahmed will be given the opportunity to discuss the matter with football management when the squad returns.'
He was questioned by cops on suspicion of beating his wife – hours after he posted a picture of his wife and captioned “To my Queen”, wishing her a happy birthday.
His arrest came just hours after the Leicester City forward took to social media to post a snap of his wife Jamila with a message of love to celebrate her birthday on Wednesday.
He was over-enthusiastic on Instagram, he wrote: “On this special day, may you have: All the joy, your heart can hold; All the smiles, a day can bring; And all the blessings, a life can unfold.
“May God bestow you with His bounties and blessings! Happy Birthday to my Queen.”
Then hours after all his gushing on Instagram he allegedly beats his wife up and he was arrested and later released without charge.
Then hours after all his gushing on Instagram he allegedly beats his wife up and was arrested and later released without charge.
The Sun reports that: neighbours said officers spent two hours at the couple's home after arriving at 1am in the late night doorknock.
It is reported that two plain-clothed women officers arrived ten hours later, at the £850,000 five-bedroom detached property in the city’s Countesthorpe area.
It is also believed they spent another two hours taking a statement from his wife Jamila, mum to Musa’s two young children Ahmed Jnr and Halima, The Sun reports.
A spokesman for Leicestershire Police said: 'A 24-year-old man was arrested yesterday morning at his home address near Leicester on suspicion of common assault.'
My opinion: It's sad to see an alleged wife beater not being charged for common assault, maybe his wife refused to press charges or even accepts the fact that she was allegedly beaten by her husband Ahmed Musa
I hope she sees the light before it's too late because he'll do it again