German club Greuther Fürth won't sell Ghana prodigy Baba Rahman

German club Greuther Fürth insist they will not sell their Ghanaian defender Abdul Rahman Baba despite interest from nine clubs in the Bundesliga.

Abdul Rahman Baba

German club Greuther Fürth insist they will not sell their Ghanaian defender Abdul Rahman Baba despite interest from nine clubs in the Bundesliga.

Giants Bayern Munich and Burossia Dortmund as well as Freiburg and Werder Bremen are among the clubs said to be interested in the left-back.

His excellent showing at the recent U20 World Cup in Turkey has also sparked some interest from other clubs in Europe.

Greuther Fürth, who were relegated from the country’s top-flight at the end last season, say they need the services of Baba to be able to help their fight to return to the Bundesliga.

“We need players who are ambitious and we absolutely want to return to the Bundesliga immediately,” says Fürth manager Rouven Schröder.

He is convinced that Baba will be in the coming year one of the performers at the Fürth.

“For him (Baba) and his development, Furth is the perfect club. He will be even more robust in the second league.”

Baba joined the German club last year from Ghanaian side Dreamz FC having played for giants Kotoko on loan.

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