Reports coming in guarantee that Liverpool have concurred a £1.5million arrangement to sign Fatawu Issahaku. The Reds have been firmly connected with the 17-year-old this week yet it currently seems they may have dominated the race for his mark.
Issahaku has not been shy of choices after he was named the Player of the Tournament at the U20 Africa Cup of Nations with Ghana.
The young person additionally had two objectives selected for Goal of the Tournament in the wake of venturing up from the U17 side that he captained at the Cup of Nations in January.
It's perceived that Issahaku made a trip to Germany to sign with Bayer Leverkusen however the arrangement at that point fell almost too late.
German media reports propose the player's company caused complexities during the last arrangements.
Football writer Saddick Adams claims Liverpool have moved rapidly to get it over the line.
He guarantees Liverpool will pay Ghanian side Steadfast FC an expense accepted to associate with £1.5million.
Issahaku has written a five-year bargain at Anfield and will turn into the club's subsequent summer marking after Ibrahima Konate.
It's said the adolescent will be lent out however next season because of work grant issues as he hopes to get some standard playing time in Europe.
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