Liverpool target Issahaku agrees on a move in January to Sporting CP, agent confirms

Liverpool target Issahaku agrees a move in January to Sporting CP, agent comfirms

After months of speculation, Liverpool target Abdul Fatawu Issahaku will make a move to Sporting Lisbon in January. His agent has confirmed that the Ghanaian footballer will be playing for the Portuguese club in the new year.

The Reds expressed an interest in bringing the 17-year-old midfielder to Anfield, who has engineered a move to Portugal now.

Jurgen Klopp wanted to bolster his midfield options and identified the 17-year-old as a future midfield superstar. As per the Goal, in the month of May Liverpool were keen on signing the young prodigy but eventually, the move broke down.

Meanwhile, the Ghanaian wonder boy is dubbed as one of the finest African talents of his generation, and buzz about him has skyrocketed in recent months.

Issahaku was being monitored by many clubs around the world and is widely regarded as one of the brightest prospects of Africa. German giants Borussia Dortmund also closely monitored Issahaku’s situation. But the German club failed to bring Issahaku to the Signal Iduna Park.

Moreover, Reports also suggested that the player was close to signing for Bayern Leverkusen. Apparently, the talented midfielder will play at Estádio José Alvalade for the Portuguese side.

Who is Liverpool target Abdul Fatawu Issahaku?

Born in Ghana, Abdul Fatawu Issahaku is a midfielder who plays for Steadfast FC.

Issahaku is a left-footed attacking midfielder who made his debut for Ghana national team this year.

His agent, after 5 months broke silence over the player’s future. Apparently, the player won’t be joining Liverpool, Dortmund, and Bayer Leverkusen. Speaking about his future, Issahaku agent said

Abdul Fatawu Issahaku is a player of Sporting Lisbon. Nobody in Ghana has the right to transfer Fatawu to another club

Sporting is famous for developing players and has previously nurtured young gems into pure diamonds.

Liverpool may have failed to sign the player, but they surely might consider him again in the future if he’s able to impress the Merseyside club.

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