And this is as a result of the fault of the player's management
Bayer Leverkusen have decided NOT to sign Fatawu Issahaku due to 'dubious behaviour on the part of his advisors' Leverkusen found out that the player's advisor was dealing with other clubs during negotiations, and have decided not to move forward with the deal
The indications that Bayer would like to sign the 17-year-old talent from Ghana were clear after the club met the player earlier this week alongside his representatives at the Lindner Hotel Bayarena in Leverkusen.
But the transfer will not take place according to Kicker. In purely sporting terms, Bayer would have liked to have made the deal happen.
Fatawu, who can play on the wings, but also centrally behind the striker, is considered a highly talented player, whose services Bayer would not have been able to fall back on until the next season.
Most Ghanaians said this is the best deal especially for the development of the young chap. He been so phenomenal in the division one side steadfast United.
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