Ghana youth international Dauda Mohammed has tasked his parent club Anderlecht to let him stay at Esbjerg for a further one month two weeks, SPORTSworldGhana.com can report.
Dauda joined the Danish Superligaen side on a one-year loan deal last summer and his stay is expected to end on the last day of this month.
However, with the Danish league resuming after the break due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Dauda has asked Anderlecht to let him play for Esbjerg for further six weeks so that he can complete the season.
SPORTSworldGhana.com understands that Anderlecht will deliberate on the issue and in any the Danish outfit will add up to the initial loan money they paid.
Dauda has netted three goals and provided one assists in eighteen league games this season.