Ahmed Musa, who terminated his lucrative contract with Saudi Arabian Pro League side Al-Nassr last October, passed a fitness test under the supervision of West Brom’s sports science and performance team at the training center last week Thursday, the proposed transfer has been terminated by the club.
The club had earlier planned to sign him on a short term deal but club bosses have now reportedly rejected Musa saying his salary package of £60,000, with the club’s board agreeing that the salary was too high for a player with a low resale value.
The club also pulled the plug on the deal because they have a limited transfer budget.
According to reports from England, Musa’s agent gave a deadline to West Brom to complete his transfer.
The deadline expired this week so both parties ended negotiations and he is exploring other options.
While at Al-Nassr, Musa earned a weekly salary of 60,000 pounds and an annual salary of 16.5 million Euros before tax.
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