Ghanaian international midfielder, Mohammed Abu has joined United States League championship side San Antonio FC for the rest of the 2021 season.
San Antonio FC announced on Monday it had completed the signing of the experienced midfielder Mohammed Abu but per the club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Abu joins SAFC after spending the 2020 season with Major League Soccer’s D.C. United where he played in six matches.
The experienced Ghanaian has 11 professional seasons under his belt and has amassed more than 200 appearances and 16,000 professional minutes since 2010 in MLS, La Liga in Spain and the Norwegian First Division.
In his most prolific stretch, the Ghana native appeared in 54 matches (4,690 minutes) with Stromsgodset IF in Norway from 2015-16 before making 23 appearances (1,450 minutes) with the Columbus Crew in 2017.
Abu recently started both matches in the SAFC International Showcase against Pumas UNAM and Queretaro FC for the Alamo City club.
The 30-year-old midfielder has also previously played for European clubs including Manchester City, Eintracht Frankfurt, Rayo Vallecano, Valerenga and FC Lorient.
The Ghanaian midfielder has also appeared for the Ghanaian National Team in multiple competitions including FIFA World Cup Qualifiers and the prestigious Africa Cup of Nations tournament.