The budding talented attacking midfielder is hoping an eye-catching performance at the ongoing Africa U20 Cup of Nations will earn him a move to Europe.
Black Satellites sensation Abdul Fatawu Issahaku says his ambition is to continue his development in Europe as he climbs up the ladder of association football.
The 16-year-old has been a kingpin in Coach Karim Zito's squad at the 2021 Africa U20 Cup of Nations with his blistering performance since the commencement of the tournament.
He started all Ghana’s group matches, scoring twice against Tanzania and Gambia.
Issahaku introduced himself with a stunning goal against Tanzania on his tournament debut.
“I’m hoping and praying for things to go well, because am hoping after this tournament I will be happy to also be in Europe to continue my career," Fatawu told CAFOnline
“I’ll still work hard to make things possible so that we can go outside of Ghana and continue my development,"
The clinical dynamite who’s liken to Black Stars legend and former African Player of the Year Abedi Pele was only drafted into the Satellites squad after they qualified for the tournament.
Abdul was with the Black Starlets in Togo for the Total Africa U-17 Cup of Nations, Morocco 2021 WAFU B qualifying tournament.
Fatawu currently plays for Division League One Zone One club Steadfast FC.