Yahaya Mohammed Heading Back To Ghana After Failing To Agree Terms With Egyptian Club

Midfielder Yahaya Mohammed could be heading back to the country after failing to agree on a transfer fee with Egyptian Club Al Ittihad Alexandria following a proposed loan move from Libyan Champions Al Ittihad Tripoli.

The 26-year-old attacking midfielder who was signed on by Al Ittihad Tripoli last month was expected to be loaned out to the Alexandria-based club due to the Political unrest in the North African country which has led to the suspension of the Libya Premier League.

The firebrand player has been training with the Egyptian Club for the past three weeks upon a possible loan move to the Club.

Yahaya could however be returning to the First Capital plus premier league to play for an unknown club for the next one year after failing to agree terms with Ittihad Alexandria.

“I have been signed on by Libyan side Al Ittihad Tripoli, but because of the chaos and Political unrest in Libya, my agent agreed with the Club to loan me out to Ittihad Alexandria for the next one year,” Yahaya told Accra-based Happy FM.

“But for now am not sure I will stay and play for the Club because the money they are offering as not good,” he added.

“Am Ok with the Club, but the money is not that good, so I’m still talking with them. But is likely I will be wearing the jersey of one of the Clubs in the Ghana Premier League from the way things are going, because I don’t think I will stay and play for Al Ittihad Alexandria,” he concluded.

The former Amidaus professional player was released by Ghana giants Asante Kotoko last month after serving an indefinite suspension for going AWOL to sign a pre-contract with the Libyan champions.