Ghana winger Nasiru Mohammed has rejoined Swedish top-flight club BK Häcken after a stint at Bulgaria’s Levski Sofia.
The former U-20 player signed a season contract with an option to extend after featuring for BK Häcken between 2012 and 2019.
“27-year-old Nasiru Mohammed returns to Hisingen and BK Häcken. The contract is written out the season with the option of extension,” the club said on their website.
“Nasiru Mohammed came to BK Häcken as a great talent in 2012. He blossomed and became a key player in the yellow and black jersey for many seasons.
“In both 2014 and 2017, he accounted for eight Allsvenskan goals and he has scored both assists and goals that have meant a lot to BK Häcken’s success in recent years,” the club added.
“In 2019, he was sold after eight seasons in BK Häcken to Bulgarian Levski Sofia, but now he returns to Hisingen and is reunited with sports director Martin Ericsson and the new acquisition Samuel Gustafson.
“The contract with Nasiru Mohammed is valid for the rest of the season with an option to extend.”
“It feels great to be able to come home to BK Häcken again, I have been looking forward to this ever since I started training with the team again, ” Mohammed said after the announcement.
“I am very happy that everything is ready now and really look forward to playing in front of our supporters at Bravida Arena again. I have missed that.
“I think I have become a better player during the time in Bulgaria, I learned a lot there and gained valuable experience. I hope to be able to contribute and help us make a strong autumn season.”
He joined BK Häcken on an initial loan from Cameroonian side Rainbow FC in 2012 before signing permanently the following season.
By Abdul karim Adamu Benin | www.sportyafrica.com