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FC Porto sign Ghanaian teen sensation Abdul Moomin Featured

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The Portuguese giants have completed the acquisition of the budding talented forward on a loan agreement until the summer of 2022.


Portuguese giants FC Porto have officially signed Charity Stars FC youngster, Abdul Moomin Mohammed on a loan deal.

Moomin Mohammed is joining the Portuguese outfit on a loan deal with an option to sign him permanently should he impress the club's U20 side.
The 18-year-old has spent two years with Charity Stars after joining the club from Tamale Real Republicans.
He becomes the third Ghanaian footballer after Kelvin Owusu Boateng and Benicio Baker-Boaitey who has joined FC Porto recently.
The player is already looking forward to his stint in Europe and has expressed gratitude to the management of Charity Stars FC.
"I'm very glad and happy for this opportunity given to me, and I'm grateful to my team Charity stars for this. My manager Reverend Abram Owusu Amoah and all the management and staff for supporting me thus far and I promise them and Ghanaians that I am going to work very hard and make them proud".
Charity Stars Football Club was founded in 1992 by Apostle Abram Owusu Amoah, the leader and founder of the Gentiles Revival Ministry.
The club has produced many wonderkids including Jeffery Obletey Otoo (Atlanta United FC), James Arthur (FC Porto), Eric Ayiah (AS Monaco) and Emmanuel Boateng (Dalian Professional)
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