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Leicester City seal signing of Nigeria's Ahmed Musa from CSKA Moscow

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Leicester City completed the signing of Nigeria forward Ahmed Musa from CSKA Moscow on Friday.

Musa, 23, sealed a four-year contract with the English Premier League champions after passing a medical.

Lecicester did not disclose the transfer fee, though a source said the deal was worth around £16 million, a club record.

The...

Sergei Ignashevich extends deal with CSKA Moscow

Sergei Ignashevich has signed a one-year deal to stay on at CSKA Moscow.

MOSCOW -- Russia's most-capped player, Sergei Ignashevich, has signed a one-year contract extension with CSKA Moscow in a bid to continue his career through to his home World Cup in two years.

Ignashevich, who turns 37 this month, has 120 appearances for Russia and played all three matches at Euro 2016 as Russia was eliminated in the group stage.

The new deal runs through to the end of the 2016-17 season, CSKA said in a statement.

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Leicester to sign Nigeria's Ahmed Musa from CSKA Moscow - agent

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Ahmed Musa is set to move to the Premier League.

Nigeria forward Ahmed Musa is set to join Premier League champions Leicester City this week, according to the player's agent Tony Harris.

Musa, 23, has scored 54 goals in 168 games for Russian side CSKA Moscow and has also attracted the interest of Premier League clubs Southampton, Everton and West Ham.

However, the striker revealed in May that he would be happy to join Leicester this summer and is now closing on a move for a reported fee of around £16 million.

"Everything has been finalised...

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Leonid Slutsky steps down as Russia head coach

Russia coach Leonid Slutsky appeared to announce his resignation "I think after a type of tournament like this you need someone else to take charge of the national side for significant major competitions".

Leonid Slutsky has stepped down from his position as the head coach of Russia, the Russian Football Union (RFU) said on Thursday.

Slutsky, who is also the CSKA Moscow manager, announced he would not extend his Russia contract after were knocked out of the Euro 2016 last week, finishing bottom of Group B with one point from three games. 

"The RFU would like to thank Leonid Slutsky, who helped Russia to qualify for Euro 2016, for his professionalism and we wish him all the success in his...

Russia want coach Leonid Slutsky to rethink resignation

Russia coach Leonid Slutsky appeared to announce his resignation "I think after a type of tournament like this you need someone else to take charge of the national side for significant major competitions".

Russia are giving coach Leonid Slutsky time to change his mind before they accept his offer to resign.

Slutsky said the 2018 World Cup host nation would be better with a new coach after they exited in the group stage of Euro 2016 with defeats to Slovakia and Wales.

Russian Football Union head Vitaly Mutko, who is also the country's sports minister, suggests he wants Slutsky to change his mind.

Mutko told Russian media: "Let's give him a bit more time, everyone's still emotional,'' but admits Slutsky...