25 Apr

EXCLUSIVE: 'Magical' Issah Abass returning to Bundesliga club Mainz 05

The Ghana U23 star loan spell at FC Utrecht has been cut short due the cancellation of the 2019/20 Dutch Eredivisie following the Coronavirus pandemic. 
 
 
Black Meteors attacker Issah Abass is returning to the German Bundesliga club Mainz 05 after the Dutch top-flight league was declared null and void following an announcement from prime minister Mark Rutte stating all football matches are forbidden until September 1.
 
He joined FC Utrecht on a season-long loan deal from German side FSV Mainz 05 last summer.
 
The 21-year-old was tremendous during his loan spell at FC Utrecht where he scored five goals with two assists in 20 matches for the Red and Whites in all competitions.
 
Abass has contract with German club Mainz 05 until summer 2023.
 
Following his sterling output in the Slovenian top-flight league with NK Olimpija Ljubljana where he scored 17 goals in 54 matches, he was signed by German Bundesliga club Mainz 05 on a five-year deal in 2018.
 
He was chased by several clubs in Europe including Anderlecht, West Ham United, Atlanta Calcio, Southampton but German side Mainz 05 won the race with a transfer fee of two million euros.
 
Abass was a member of the Ghana U23 squad that played at the 2019 Africa U23 Cup of Nations which was held in Egypt.
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