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Transfer Tavern: Portuguese giants Benfica resurrect interest in signing Ghana midfielder Rabiu Mohammed

Published on: 06 August 2014
Benfica have resumed their interest in Ghana midfielder Rabiu Mohammed

By Akyereko Frimpong Manson

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Portuguese giants SL Benfica have rekindled their interest in signing Ghana midfielder Rabiu Mohammed, understands. 

According to reports in Portugal, the Lisbon giants will official table a €3 million offer with Russian Premier League side Kuabn Krasnodar for the signature of the 24-year-old who played at the 2014 World Cup for Ghana.

Benfica declared interest in signing the former Liberty Professionals midfielder from French side Evian TG but he opted to head to Russia.

However, despite enjoying limited playing time on his debut season in the league due to injuries, the Portuguese Primeira Liga title-holders have maintained their interest in the central midfielder after he impressed for Ghana in Brazil. understands the midfielder is interested in joining Benfica if they officially make a bid for him.


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  • Jay says:
    August 06, 2014 12:04 pm
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  • judah blessihng says:
    August 06, 2014 10:57 am
    Better move
  • Wuatoto MaddDogg says:
    August 06, 2014 10:30 am
    so you this website you're not shut down after the noise yo people made before the world cup about beating us the USA and we humbled and disgraced you people you're still here making noise about your faggot over aged and age cheating players ain't that so? very funny people always wanting your players to play in somebodys league why not let them play in the league you people have in your HIPC Animal Husbandry poor country
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  • tymer says:
    August 06, 2014 04:18 pm
    @maddogg,I guess you're one those ignorant and clueless Americans or probably a stupid Zambian who has nothing to do. Did you say disgraced? Well i understand where you come from. I can imagine the long sleepless nights Ghana gave you so much that your players had to be put on steroids just to beat the mighty black stars of Ghana who totally dominated bane. You are very stupid to think Ghana is one those countries your ignorant media portray. Fortunately we're not Americans who know nothing else apart from what see on tv. It will take America decades to come anywhere close to Ghana in football, infact your whole country has no natural talent. Ghanaians are born with the game, we don't even have to learn how to you ignorant,faggot.