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Udinese sign Masahudu Alhassan on a 5-year-contract

Published on: 05 January 2013

Serie A side Udinese have completed the signing of Ghana youth defender Masahudu Alhassan from Genoa on a co-ownership basis, can exclusively reveal. 

Udinese and Genoa reached a deal to allow the 20-year-old move to the Stadio Communale Friuli while both clubs enjoy an equal economic right on a 50-50 basis.

Udinese officially announced the signing of the 2012 Ghana AFCON left-back and his Novara compatriot Alexander Merkel on Saturday.

Masahudu will however remain at Serie B side Novara until the close of the season before joining Les Zebrettes in August.


  • MousePad says:
    January 05, 2013 05:12 pm
    He is not 20 yrs old. Stop the nonsense.
  • texas says:
    January 05, 2013 06:12 pm
    Stop this crap! are you his father?
  • wow says:
    January 05, 2013 07:36 pm
    why are you embarrassing your own people in public. so what if he is 20+, is that any of your business? are you his father? concentrate on your miserable life and stop spreading your stupidity
  • dr edusei says:
    January 05, 2013 08:32 pm
    there is no age restriction for playing football. you stop the nonsense hater.
  • Obbazzy says:
    January 05, 2013 09:00 pm
    Mousepad,I wanted to tell you " U fool waaa", but for the sake of peace I shall rest my case!!!If you have his birth certificate, let us have it man!!!
  • A*S*E*M says:
    January 05, 2013 09:06 pm
    Is official he is 20 you little mouse get your mind right dude you can hate but you can’t change -:)
  • kwame in london says:
    January 05, 2013 09:13 pm
    when can people learn sense at all,whats your business in this?
  • nyamz says:
    January 05, 2013 10:32 pm
    what has the age got to do with you,why won't you rather be happy for your country man moving to a good team.thus all we want-to see them on tv each and every time,champions league,europa etc
  • ayiaye says:
    January 06, 2013 09:57 pm
    Pull him down syndrome.Lets pray for our players to move on to enrich our soccer.bless u all brethren.