Soccer News of Tuesday, 19 January 2021
Source: Ghana Soccernet
Previous Ghana U-17 captain Nasiru Mohammed has agreed to a pay out-slash to stay at Bulgarian giants Levski Sofia, GHANASoccernet.com can completely report.
The 26-calendar year-old who joined the Bulgarians in 2019 from BK Hacken for about 200,000 euros was on a regular monthly salary of 22,000 euros.
But soon after negotiations with the new proprietor Nasko Sirakov, following the monetary struggles of the club, the Ghanaian attacker has agreed to consider 15,000 euros.
The final decision to just take a pay out-slash was educated by the player’s quest to keep and establish himself in Bulgaria.
This period the former BK Hacken participant has featured 11 periods and scored a goal for Levski.
Presently, Mohammed is with the staff in Croatia for tenting in advance of the second round of the Initial Expert Football League.
Whiles in Croatia, they have lined up friendlies towards Domzale, Koper, and Olimpija.
Levski will return to Sofia on February 3 prior to their league sport in opposition to Etar.