BREAKING NEWS: Kadiri Mohammed joins Ukrainian giants FC Dynamo Kyiv Featured
03 Jun

BREAKING NEWS: Kadiri Mohammed joins Ukrainian giants FC Dynamo Kyiv

The former Ashanti Gold SC talisman has completed his move to the Ukrainian top-flight club, can exclusively confirm.

Ukrainian club Dynamo Kyiv have announced the signing of Ghana international Kadiri Mohammed in the ongoing transfer window.
The 22-year-old has joined the Blue and White lads on a five-year deal from Austrian club Austria Vienna.
He signed for the Olimpiyskiy National Sports Complex outfit after a successful loan spell at Russian club Arsenal Tula.
"Honestly, I do not know any of the players. But I've heard a lot about the club. I think it's a dream of any footballer playing for such a team. I really liked the city. I even went to Kyiv today." Mohammed told the club's official website.
"I saw people riding a bike, even asked if I could ride too (laughs) . Got a lot of positive emotions."
"I can say that last year, after several years in Austria, I went to the championship of Russia. 
"For me this was the first step. Now, I think, made the next step. I think I'm on the right track. This was my motivation for making a decision."
He scored two goals with two assists in his 27 appearances for Arsenal Tula in all competitions.
Mohammed was handed a call-up to the senior national team of Ghana in 2016 but he is yet to make his national team debut.
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