Ghanaian hottest prodigy Fatawa Issahaku is reported to have complete his move to English side Liverpool on a five year deal. The player who was already in negotiations with Bayen Leverkusen, successfully passed his medicals in Germany on Friday.
He's however expected to go out on loan for some experience as Liverpool set on working on his work permit issues.
The rumoured transfer fee is set be around £1.5m there about.
As stated earlier, Fatawu was minutes away from joining Bayen 04' Leverkusen last week. But the deal was off, due to reason that Leverkusen found out that the players advisors were dealing with other clubs during negotiations with the club, so the affecting the decision to not move forward with the deal. . The 17years old was awarded as MVP in the last Afcon U20 won by his side Ghana.
We Wish him all the best of luck in his new adventure and hopefully we see him telling the Liverpool jersey on our screens soon enough.
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