Genoa and Udinese sign co-ownership deal for Ghana's Masahudu Alhassan

Genoa and Udinese sign co-wonership deal for Ghana's Masahudu Alhassan

Masahudu Alhassan being shared by Genoa and Udinese

By Ameenu Shardow

Udinese and Genoa have signed a co-ownership deal for Ghana defender Masahudu Alhassan.

The 20-year-old’s economic rights will now be shared on a 50-50 basis by the two Serie-A clubs.

The deal is however unclear on where the Ghana international would be playing his club football when his loan deal at Novara expires.

Alhassan was part of the Black Stars team that finished fourth at the last Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.

He was however not called into the Ghana team for next year’s Nations Cup in South Africa.


  1. Dr Who says:

    Am excited for Masahudu because Udinese has been a site for good development of Ghanaian players from Gargo,Appiah,Gyan,Sulley etc.He should go to Udinese after his loan spell and bid his time.Gods time is the best!

  2. Philosopha says:

    This guy was soo good at the last afcon. why he is not call?

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