Black Stars Youngster Hangs Out With Cristiano Ronaldo’s Mother in Lisbon
Ghana worldwide Abdul Fatawu Issahaku was spotted with Cristiano Ronaldo’s mom in Lisbon The 18-year-old plays for Sporting Lisbon group B which is a group that Cristiano Ronaldo’s mom upholds.
The previous Dreams FC winger assumed a vital part to assist the Black Stars with fitting the bill for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Black Stars forward Fatawu Issahaku has been envisioned with Dolores Aveiro, mother of Manchester United whiz Cristiano Ronaldo in Lisbon. Issahaku, who is viewed as one of the most amazing youthful players in Africa, was essential for the Ghana crew that crushed Nigeria to meet all requirements for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. The Sporting Lisbon young person is as of now partaking in certain days off from football in the wake of contending in the World Cup end of the season games with the Black Stars against Nigeria last week. Fatawu Issahaku was spotted with Cristiano Ronaldo’s mum, Dolores Aveiro in Lisbon.
Peruse ALSO Ghanaians call for Asamoah Gyan’s incorporation in Black Stars crew to vindicate 2010 shock against Uruguay Since his takeoff from the Black Stars camp, the 18-ear-old has been seen with Cristiano Ronaldo’s mom in Lisbon. In a photograph posted on Facebook, spotted by Sports Brief, Issahaku and Ronaldo’s mum were all grins as they snapped out having a good time. Dolores Aveiro is a colossal Sporting Lisbon fan and admirer of Issahaku who joined the Portuguese club in the wake of leaving Ghana Premier League side Dreams FC. Issahaku will include for the Black Stars when they clash with Portugal in the initial gathering H game at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Issahaku Set To Sign Three-Year Deal With Portuguese Giants Sporting Lisbon Earlier, Sports Brief detailed that previous Dreams FC forward Fatawu Issahaku is set to join Sporting Lisbon Team B subsequent to intriguing the Club. The winger, who turns 18 this month, is supposed to sign a three-year contract with the club The Portuguese side have huge trust in the capability of the teen and need to slip him gradually into European football.