Leicester City footballer, Ahmed Musa, was arrested and accused of domestic violence after his side's 2-0 victory over Sunderland on Wednesday night according to a report by the Independent.
The Nigerian, 24, who cost Leicester north of €16 million was taken to the police station and questioned for two hours before being released without charge. Leicestershite police arrested the man at his home and said, "A 24-year-old man was arrested yesterday morning at his home address near Leicester on suspicion of common assault.”
Leicester City aware of incident
Musa has played 30 times for Leicester City this season but was not in the squad for the Sunderland game having dropped down the pecking order since Craig Shakespear took over from Claudio Ranieri.
“We are aware that Ahmed Musa has today cooperated with a police inquiry relating to a disturbance in the early hours of this morning,” a Leicester City spokesman said.
“'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."