By Adeboye Amosu:
CSKA Moscow manager Leonard Slutsky has confirmed that Leicester City have revived their interest in Nigeria forward Ahmed Musa, reports Completesportsnigeria.com.
The Foxes expressed interest in signing the former Kano Pillars player in January but had their bid turned down by the Russian champions.
Slutsky confirmed that an offer of £22.8m has now been tabled by the English Premier League champions.
"The British club offered a bit less than €30m (£22.8m)," Slutsky told Russia's Match TV.
"A few days ago, Musa approached me and asked, when is (Ranieri) back from holiday. I told him, I am not Ranieri, I do not know.
"I do not know for sure (if Leicester have reopened talks) because these negotiations are dealt with by the management, but I think the probability is very high."
Musa scored 18 goals to help CSKA win the league in the just concluded season.