The former Spanish base player, Ghanaian professional, Mohammed Salisu have been recommended by the manager of his new team Southampton.
The Real Valladolid defender has shown much readiness for EPL.
The deal that took Salisu to England has reportedly cost Southampton around £10.9 million, and while that was regarded as a gamble by some pundits, after the transfer was announced in August, the club management are entirely satisfied.
They are confident they’ve landed one of the most promising young defenders in European football.
Last season was a real struggle for Southampton, who narrowly avoided relegation, therefore strengthening in defence was always going to be a key focus for their manager, Ralph Hasenhüttl.
The German coach regards his new Ghanaian signing as being a player with plenty of potential, confident he will adapt quickly to the demands of playing in the Premier League.
Mohammed Salisu was also chased by Man United.
The Black Star coach CK Akonor has marked him as his key player in the next international games, yet to come.