EXCLUSIVE: Ghana midfielder Mohammed Abu returns to Stromsgodset on permanent basis

Mohammed Abu has returned to Stromsgodset

Mohammed Abu has returned to Stromsgodset

By Akyereko Frimpong Manson

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Ghanaian midfielder Mohammed Abu has signed a four-year-contract with Norwegian champions Stromsgodset, GHANAsoccernet.com can exclusively confirm.

The 22-year-old returns to the Drammen-based side on a permanent basis after he was released by English giants Manchester City.

Abu, who played at the 2012 AFCON with Ghana, has had two separate spells at Stromsgodset and helped them to left the Norwegian Cup in 2011 which qualified the club to play in the Uefa Europa League for the first time.

The former Right to Dream Academy graduate flourished on loan with French side Lorient last season but he struggled to make the grades with Danish side AGF.

He has also had unsuccessful spells with German side Eintracht Frankfurt and Spanish side Rayo Vallecano.

READERS COMMENTS

  1. keith from germany says:

    GSN what do u guys mean by saying he had an unsuccessful spell with German side Eintracht Frankfurt?
    He only trained 2 weeks with them n afterwards coach Armin Veh decided not to give him a contract.
    Pls research before i mislead some forumites here.

  2. askantwi says:

    This guy is a very good midfielder. He is definitely a Black Star candidate. With a few matches in his muscles He can be good for Black Star selection.