Wa All Stars reach deal to sell Ghana youth midfielder Salifu to Club Africain

Published on: 17 August 2013
Wa All Stars reach deal to sell Ghana youth midfielder Salifu to Club Africain
Wa All Stars have confirmed the sale of Seidu Salifu to Club Africain

Ghana Premier League side All Stars have confirmed the sale of Ghana youth international midfielder Seidu Salifu to Tunisian side Club Africain. 

Salifu, who turns 20 in November, has also agreed personal terms with the North Africans after passing medicals earlier in the week to complete his move.

The powerful midfielder who has been likened to Chelsea star Michael Essien impressed a host of top Europeans sides but no official bid was made.

Ghana Premier League title-holders Asante Kotoko declared their interest in the midfielder who scored once for Ghana's Black Satellites at the 2013 FIFA U20 World Cup but All Stars overlooked their bid to sell him to the Tunisians.

Salifu's talent earned abundance of praise during the FIFA World Cup and many tipped him to join a top European side but as things stand now, he would have to  start off from North Africa.

Comments

  • truth
    says: 5 years ago
    Aaaba !!!!! Club what ???? Of the where???Aside the fact that most Ghanaian players end up struggling in the Arab Maghrib land there is too much instability and uncertaintity in Tunisia to throw such a young talent away. Is the world all about money or that there are no sensible adults advising these guys
  • Quophai
    says: 5 years ago
    Hmmmmmmm, say that again. Once some Euros or Dollars are mentioned, our teams release our prized assets.
  • NANAYAW
    says: 5 years ago
    My brothers we have lost a bug talent he is gone his career will go down hill in north africa
  • Dr Who
    says: 5 years ago
    Am surprise Seidu couldn't land in Europe....Most Ghanaian players don't farewell in north africa especially Tunisia.
  • seth san siro
    says: 5 years ago
    oh seniorman why this team hmmmmmm
  • KOFI
    says: 5 years ago
    He is done, will be back to Ghana to relaunch like others did n fail.
  • Mcdon
    says: 5 years ago
    Lets not be so quick to write him off. Its a gud move;lets just pray dat he gets a gud start. I belief he can make a name in d club. I wish me well n Gods guidance.
  • George Hinneh
    says: 5 years ago
    he should have gone to kotoko first....north africa...death trap...we can only pray for him anyways...
  • Ark
    says: 5 years ago
    Not bad some players have made it from North Africa Prince Tagoe, Joetex Frimpong n Samuel Affum let's hope he succeed. Not curse him now that he needs our. support