A Ghanaian international defender has agreed to a deal with a DStv Premiership club as part of their planning for next season.
After being identified as a prime target for Sekhukhune United, Ghanaian defender Habib Mohammed finally arrived at the club and agreed to a three-year deal although he is likely to feature next season for the team due to the club’s foreign quota being exhausted unless the Gauteng-based outfit can make further adjustments to their current squad to open space for the 24-year-old.
Mohammed is a former player of Ghanaian giants Asante Kotoko and has been with Dreams FC since October last year.
“A deal has been agreed to between the player and Sekhukhune United although the club has exhausted its foreign quota and my understanding is that this defender is part of the plans for next season for the team,” said the source.
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