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If You Can Pay Me I Will Play For You - Former Black Stars Player Tells GPL Clubs

Former Ghana Black Stars midfielder, Rabiu Mohammed says he is open to a return to the domestic league provided a club can meet his wages.

The former Liberty Professionals player left Ghana a decade ago for his European journey after earlier moves to Spanish clubs like Gimnastic and Xerez as well as Italian Serie A club, Sampdoria all on loan. He joined another Serie A side Udinese permanently, who will then send him on loan to French Ligue 1 Club, Évian in 2010 for regular playing time. The French outfit will later sign him on a 2-year deal. He left France in 2014 for Russia where he joined Kuban Krasnodar for a 3-year deal before leaving on a free to feature for Anzhi Makhachkala for just a season.

He took a 2-year career break after battling a strange injury before a return to Russia football with former club, Anzhi Makhachkala and KS Samara all for a season. There was a return to French football for the 31-year-old in the 2019/20 season where he signed a short term deal with Ligue 2 club, Paris FC before a season’s spell back in Russia with PFK Tambov. Rabiu who is currently unattached, says he will only play for a club which can pay his wages. "I am very ready to play for any local club which can meet my demands. “The Ghana Premier League is a competitive league and I don't mind playing for any club which is ready for me.” He told Hot fm.

The lanky and ebony black midfielder was a member of Ghana and Africa’s first FIFA U-20 World Cup wining squad which beat Brazil on penalty shootouts at the tournament in 2009 in Egypt. Rabiu Mohammed has played 31 times for the Black Stars of Ghana. He will be missing the national team as they take go at the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Ethiopia and South Africa.

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