Ghana defender Mohammed Salisu hints of a move abroad for his younger brother


Ghana and Southampton defender Mohammed Salisu has hinted his youngster brother will move abroad.

Salisu, who joined the Saints from Spanish side Real Valladolid in 2020 has been instrumental in this campaign after a difficult first season with the Premier League club.

The African Talent Football Academy graduate who recently recounted his tough beginnings in the game has disclosed he has a younger brother of the same mould as him, who ply his trade with the Academy he came through.

He hinted, he may move to Europe considering his qualities.

Speaking to the club website, he said: “I know that I’m going to leave my family but this was my dream.

“My parents were happy, they were very happy you know, at that time my mum was the one who supported me a lot so she was happy that I got the chance travelling to Spain.

“Sometimes when I remember, I just laugh, I sometimes hear from my old friends, they text me, my school friends, they remind me of all of those things.

“It’s been a while that I didn’t see my family, like two years, so I was happy to see them and I’m very happy here. Now she cannot throw my boots (away), she even supports my junior brother to play football.

“Now he is in Ghana, playing in the same academy, he is a left footer, central defender like me. Maybe he will also come to Europe. They are happy, especially my mum, she is very happy.”

Source: footballghana.com


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