Mohammed Salisu has agreed to play for Ghana according to a latest post by Ghana Football Association President Kurt Okraku
Okraku had a fruitful discussion with Salisu and his father at home. The main topic was Salisu’s delay in representing the Black Stars, with former Valladolid man assuring Okraku that he will soon join the team.
“Great seeing you with that big smile…Proud son of the land who is proud to give back what football has given him…Ready to serve and looking forward to our common future with all the positive energy in you. God bless our homeland Ghana and make our nation great and strong,” Okraku wrote on Facebook.
This means Salisu could make himself available in the next Black Stars call-ups.
This meeting follows the one in early May in Southampton, where Salisu expressed his willingness to play for the Black Stars but refused to commit to a specific date when he will be available for selection.
This is certainly good news for Ghanaian football fans, who are desperate for a strong Black Stars squad ahead of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.