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(Ghanaian football player)

Relationship Facts of Mohammed Salisu

Mohammed Salisu is not having an affair with anyone presently.
His sexual orientation is straight.


Is Southampton footballer, Mohammed Salisu Dating Someone?

As of 2022, Ghanaian footballer, Mohammed Salisu is single and unmarried. He has not made any social media announcements or given hints about his partner.

The info on his prior relationship is still under review.

Who is Mohammed Salisu?

Mohammed Salisu aka Mohammed Salisu Abdul Karim is a Ghanaian soccer player. Currently, he is actively playing for the Ghana national team as well as Premiere league club Southampton as a center-back.

Mohammed celebrates his first goal for Ghana, which he scored in the 24th minute of the game. After losing to Portugal, Ghana had its game against South Korea on 28 November 2022 at Education City Stadium.

After him, his fellow football player, Mohammed Kudus added two braces in the 34th and 69th minutes of the game, which took Ghana towards victory over South Korea by 3-2.

Did Mohammed Salisu Score In FIFA World Cup 2022?

Southampton defender Salisu recorded his first international goal against South Korea in the 24th minute of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. It was held on 28 November 2022 at the Education City Stadium Qatar.

After losing to Portugal in the opening game, Ghana made a strong comeback by taking it to victory with a 3-2 win against South Korea.

Mohammed Salisu- Age, Parents, Siblings, Ethnicity, Education

The Southampton center-back was born on 17 April 1999 in Kumasi, Ghana. As of 2022, he is 23 years old and holds Ghanaian nationality.

Similarly, he belongs to a mixed ethnicity and his birth sign is Aries as per the astrological chart.

Maintaining a low-key profile, Salisu has not shared the info related to his parents, siblings, and early educational life.

Mohammed Salisu- Professional Life, Careers

Mohammed began his professional career, through collaboration with a club, Kumasi Barcelona Babies F.C., and later joined the African Talent Football Academy located in the southern Ghanaian town of Nsawam.

Subsequently, he joined the youth setup of the Spanish club, Real Valladolid, in October 2017. In 2019, he made his professional debut with the senior Valladolid squad.

All total he had 34 appearances for Valladolid before joining the Southampton club on 12 August 2020. He signed a four-year professional contract with Southampton worth, a £10.9 million fee.

He made his first goal against Sheffield United in the EFL Cup, on 21 September 2021.

International Career

Receiving the first call in Ghana’s senior squad for 2021, he made his debut game for the African Cup of national qualifiers against South Africa and São Tomé and Príncipe.

The president of the Ghana FA, Kurt Okraku, announced that he finally agreed to represent the Black Stars in July 2022.

On 23 September 2022, he made his debut for Ghana during a friendly match against Brazil as a second-half substitute. However, the game ended 3-0.

Shortly after, he made his first brace in a friendly, match against Switzerland, with a defeat against Switzerland by 2-0.

As of 29 November 2022, he is an active player who is representing Ghana and has made his first brace during the 2022 FIFA World Cup against South Korea.

Mohammed Salisu- Net worth, Salary

Southampton center-back Mohammed Mohammed Salisu‘s Net Worth as of 2022 is estimated to be around $1.5 million.

As per the transfer market, his current market value is £18 Millon. However, he is making good money from his contract and sponsorship deals.

Body Features- Height, Weight

Mohammed Salisu stands 6 feet 3 inches tall and weighs around 82 kg. Adding up more, the footballer has a dark complexion, including a set of black eyes and hair.

Social Media

Mohammed owns an Instagram account, under the username, @salisu_sarki, and has more than 112k followers on it.

On the other hand, there is an official Facebook page under his name, which is enriched with over 31k followers and 919k likes.

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