Ahmed Musa may only be 24, but the Leicester City forward is already planning towards life after football by purchasing a petrol station.
The ex-Super Eagles skipper’s latest asset – reportedly his second – is in the city of Kano, where he started his career.
He went on Instagram to flaunt the filling station.
Business-savvy Musa, who earns £60,000 a week at the King Power, also has a sports and fitness centre as well and other properties in the city, according to reports.
Musa broke the domestic goal record with 18 goals in 25 games for Pillars before earning moves to VVV Venlo, CSKA Moscow and eventually Leicester.
He will now be hoping to fuel his career on the pitch after featuring just once for the Foxes this season – in the Carabao Cup win over Sheffield United in August.
The frontman has scored just two Premier League goals in 21 appearances since his club-record £16million move to Leicester in July 2016.
Despite his club woes, he’s still a regular feature in Gernot Rohr’s squad, although he has been forced to follow proceedings from the bench.
It is very unlikely that the Nigerian will be anywhere near the first team on Monday when the Foxes welcome West Brom in the Premier League.