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[Ghana] Swedish Side Trelleborgs FF Sign Kotoko Midfielder Abdul Fatawu

Swedish second-tier outfit Trelleborgs FF have signed Asante Kotoko attacking midfielder Abdul Fatawu Safiu on a season-long loan with an option for an additional 2 years.

The dead-ball specialist left the shores of Ghana to Helsingborgs on trials but the Allsvenskan outfit offered a paltry amount for the purchase of Fatawu which Kotoko rejected outrightly.

With Helsingborgs dilly-dallying around the deal, the lower-tier side who are currently in lying in the ninth in the Superenttan have sneaked in to capture the former Black Satellites man.

The 25-year-old became a fan favorite at Kotoko after his exploits in the CAF Confederation Cup and NC Special Cup competition where he finished as joint top scorer with 11 goals.

Fatawu is not new to Swedish football as he has previously enjoyed a one-year spell with lower-tier side Vimmerby IF from Inter Allies in 2013
By Duah AlonsSwedish second-tier outfit Trelleborgs FF have signed Asante Kotoko attacking midfielder Abdul Fatawu Safiu on a season-long loan with an option for an additional 2 years.

The dead-ball specialist left the shores of Ghana to Helsingborgs on trials but the Allsvenskan outfit offered a paltry amount for the purchase of Fatawu which Kotoko rejected outrightly.

With Helsingborgs dilly-dallying around the deal, the lower-tier side who are currently in lying in the ninth in the Superenttan have sneaked in to capture the former Black Satellites man.

The 25-year-old became a fan favorite at Kotoko after his exploits in the CAF Confederation Cup and NC Special Cup competition where he finished as joint top scorer with 11 goals.

Fatawu is not new to Swedish football as he has previously enjoyed a one-year spell with lower-tier side Vimmerby IF from Inter Allies in 2013

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