- Ghanaian midfielder Mudasiru Salifu has joined Moldovan giants Sheriff Tiraspol from Asante Kotoko
- The hardworking midfielder sealed a move to Sheriff Tiraspol after a successful campaign with the Porcupine Warriors
- Mudasiru Salifu played a key role as Asante Kotoko wrestled the Ghana Premier League title from Hearts of Oak
Kumasi Asante Kotoko midfielder Mudasiru Salifu has completed his move to Moldovan giants Sheriff Tiraspol in the summer transfer widow.
The 25-year-old joins the UEFA Champions League campaigners after successfully passing his medical on Monday.
"The champion of Ghana in 2022, midfielder Mudasiru Salifu , successfully passed a medical examination and signed a personal employment contract with FC Sheriff, thus becoming a full member of the friendly team of our club.
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"Mudashiru was born on April 1, 1997 in Kuasi. He spent his entire professional career at home. For the last three years he played for FC Asante Kotoko, with whom he won gold medals in the Ghana Championship last season," wrote the club.
Mudasiru Salifu played a key role as Asante Kotoko won the Ghana Premier League last season, playing 28 games and scoring two goals.
He joins compatriots Razak Abalora, Edmund Addo and Razak Abalora at Sheriff Tiraspol.
He was also a member of the Black Galaxies before leaving to Europe.
Asante Kotoko announce departure of Brazilian midfielder Fabio Gama
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Asante Kotoko have officially said goodbye to Fabio Gama, who is on the verge of joining Muharraq Club in Bahrain.
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The Porcupine Warriors confirmed the Brazilian would not be signing a new contract and will be departing Kumasi this month.
Kotoko took to social media to announce Gama's departure in a farewell message.
Asante Kotoko crowned Ghana Premier League champions
The Porcupine Warriors wrapped up the title last week after a 1-1 draw against Ashantigold but had to be crowned champions in front of their fans in the game against Elmina Sharks.
In photos posted on Twitter, the players were seen receiving their medals as captain Abdul Ganiyu lifted the trophy.