Mohammed Salisu is a Southampton defender who is yet to make a transfer to the Ghana National Team. This article shows how Mohammed Salisu will be key to the Black stars of Ghana in the upcoming tournaments.
Mohammed Salisu has physical presence as a central defender. Ghana's first choice defenders who are Daniel Amartey who is 1.86 meters according to the transfer market information and Alexander Djiku who is 1.82 meters are not the tallest men in terms of playing the center back. Salisu is 1.92 meters tall and this should tell you how tall the man is. He will be very useful for Ghana in terms of aerial duals. He is ranked 29th on the list of tallest defenders in the Premier League this season. He stands above Daniel Amartey who is ranked 73rd in the same ranking.
Mohammed Salisu is also very good at building strong attacks from the back. He is a very technical player and shows leadership at the defensive side.
Mohammed Salisu has leadership and control in the defense when playing for Southampton. This will be needed as Ghana struggled in the matches against Gabon and Comoros due to poor communication in the backline. When Salisu comes in he will be able to step up and control the defense so as to step up their game.
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