Kotoko’s Mudasiru Salifu moves to Moldova

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Asante Kotoko midfielder Mudasiru Salifu has been signed by Moldovan club FC Sheriff Tiraspol on loan.

FC Sheriff were impressed with the midfielder, who trained with them for a month, and decided to sign him.

The deal was finalised on Monday after a successful medical. FC Sheriff said they were pleased to have signed Mudasiru, who helped Kotoko win last season’s Ghana Premier League.

“Ghana’s 2022 champion midfielder Mudasiru Salifu has successfully passed a medical check up and signed a personal contract with Sheriff FC, thus becoming a full member of our friendly club,” Sheriff posted on Facebook.

“Mudasiru was born on April 1, 1997, in Kumasi. He spent his entire professional career in his homeland. For the last three years, he played for Asante Kotoko FC, with whom he won gold medals in the Ghana Championship last season.”

“FC Sheriff staff is pleased to welcome Mudasira Salifu and wishes him success in our club’s yellow and black shirt.”

Kotoko added, “The player whose contract expires this month agreed with management only to extend to enable the loan deal to go through.”

Mudasiru becomes FC Sheriff’s fifth Ghanaian player, joining Razak Abalora, Edmund Addo, Patrick Kpozo, and Khalid Basit.

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