Musa said this when he received officials of Phreestyle Sports, organisers of Amapro pre-season football competition, on Wednesday in Ilorin.
The Football Association (FA) chairman said they had secured a sponsorship deal to install grass and renovate the stadium before the commencement of the competition.
He said work on the project will commence on Aug. 15.
Kwara United and Remo Stars will represent Nigeria in the CAF Confederation Cup competition, while Rivers United and Plateau United will play in the CAF Champions League.
Earlier, the Chief Executive Officer of Phreestyle, Shogo Shodunke, commended the FA for its support of the ongoing Amapro pre-season football competition.
He said that some football agents from Europe were in the state to scout for talented players.