- Alexander Djiku has shared a heartwarming moment with his son as the were spotted playing football
- The Ghana defender's move to German Bundesliga side TSG Hoffenheim this week fell through over agency fees
- Alexander Djiku will be joining his Strasbourg teammates for pre-season ahead of the new Ligue 1 season
Black Stars defender Alexander Djiku has shared a lovely moment with his son as the pair were spotted playing football together.
Alexander Djiku, whose future at Strasbourg remains uncertain, saw a move to German Bundesliga outfit TSG Hoffenheim hit the snag this week.
In a photo posted on Twitter, the defender looks to be ushering his son into the game at a very young age.
Alexander Djiku was close to sealing a move to Hoffenheim but the move fell through following disagreement over agency fees.
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The Ghana centre-back is back in France and will be joining his Strasbourg teammates for pre-season ahead of the new Ligue 1 season.
Alexander Djiku was crowned Ghana's Player of the Year at the Ghana Football Awards held in Accra last week.
His magnificent goal against AS Monaco won the Ligue 1 goal of the 2021/22 season.
Alexander Djiku's move to TSG Hoffengheim falls through
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that TSG Hoffenheim's deal to sign Alexander Djiku has hit a potential snag surrounding his representation for the imminent transfer.
The German club have already struck an agreement worth €6 million to sign the Ghanaian Footballer of the Year from the French side Strasbourg.
But it appears there is still work for Hoffenheim to do in order to get the signing over the line.
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Alexander Djiku has been named Ghana Player of the Year
Rock-solid Strasbourg defender Alexander Djiku has been crowned Ghana's Player of the Year at the Ghana Football Awards held in Accra on Saturday night.
The French-born Ghanaian beat off competition from Arsenal star Thomas Partey, newly-signed Charlton Athletic goalkeeper Jojo Wollacot, Southampton's Mohammed Salisu and Daniel Amartey of Leicester City.
In a video posted on social media, the 27-year-old expressed delight in winning the award, thanking his club and national team teammates.