Ghana’s forward Ibrahim Mustapha is already expecting big things at his new club LASK Linz in the Austrian Típico Bundesliga.
He joined the former club of West African Football Academy (WAFA) SC graduate Samuel Tetteh on Tuesday from Serbian top-flight side Red Star Belgrade.
According to him, he’s very impressed with the facilities and feels very positive as he thinks there’s a real spirit of optimism at the club and for him.
“My first impression of LASK is very positive, there is a real spirit of optimism.”
“I’m really looking forward to starting training tomorrow and starting the spring with LASK in the new Raiffeisen Arena.”
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Offensive talent Ibrahim Mustapha strengthens the LASK attack, he comes to Linz from the top Serbian club Red Star Belgrade. The 22-year-old Ghanaian can also play on the wings in addition to the centre-forward position and has signed with the Linz athletes until 2026.
LASK strengthens itself in the final sprint of the transfer window on the offensive: 22-year-old Ibrahim Mustapha changes from the reigning Serbian double winner Roter Stern Belgrade to LASK. The Ghanaian moved from his homeland to the Red Star youth team three years ago and, after three loans in Serbia, earned himself a place in the squad at the capital’s club.
In the current season, Ibrahim Mustapha made 19 appearances for Red Star in all competitions and also gained experience in the Champions League qualification (three appearances) and the Europa League group stage (four appearances). Now the 22-year-old is moving to LASK and will sign with the black and whites until 2026.
Ibrahim Mustapha is the fourth Ghanaian in the service of LASK, most recently his compatriot Samuel Tetteh stormed for the black and whites, he was with the Linzers from 2018 to 2020.