Reigning Africa U20 best player, Abdul fatawu Issahaku says his move to Portuguese giants Sporting Lisbon will help him reach his maximum potential beginning with the upcoming 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
The Ghanaian youngster completed his transfer to Sporting on Wednesday after sealing a permanent six year contract from Tamale-based Steadfast fc. The 18year old stays at the Portuguese club until 2026 with a €60m release clause. I am very happy to be here it is Fantastic, they welcomed me very well “ said the Ghanaian youngster. Issahaku stated that there are many differences between the football he was playing and the one he is playing now as he believes he is gradually growing into the game. He believes the move to the Portuguese giants will help him grow more. According to him during his trials at the club everyone helped him and told him what he has to do. He thanked his Ghanaian coaches at his unveiling and also thanked Ghanaians for believing in him as he had opportunities very early in his career.
Issahaku was given his first call up to the Black stars in March 2021 and then was subsequently named in the squad for the Already ended Afcon 2021. Fatawu is hoping that his move to Sporting CP will help him cement a place in the Ghana squad for the World Cup later this year.
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