Coach Kwesi Appiah to watch midfield gem Iddrisu Baba as Real Mallorca face Real Madrid Featured
18 Oct

Coach Kwesi Appiah to watch midfield gem Iddrisu Baba as Real Mallorca face Real Madrid

The Black Stars head coach will be watching La Liga Santander clash between Real Mallorca and Real Madrid on Saturday.

Ghanaian midfielder Baba Iddrisu will be monitored by Coach Kwesi Appiah in Real Mallorca clash with Real Madrid this weekend.
 
Coach Appiah visited three Ghanaian internationals namely Baba Iddrisu, Baba Rahman and Lumor Agbeyenu at Real Mallorca on his scouting tour in Europe.
 
The 23-year-old is currently one of the highly-rated midfielders in the Spanish top-flight following his symmetrical performance.
 
Kickgh.com understand that Iddrisu could earn a debut call-up to the senior national team of Ghana ahead of their 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers next month.
 
Iddrisu has made eight La Liga appearances for Real Mallorca so far this season.
 
He was handed an improved contract which will keep him at the Iberostar Stadium outfit until summer 2024.
 
He was strongly linked with a move to Getafe CF and Atletico Madrid after an impressive season in the La Liga 2 with RCD Mallorca.
 
Baba played an instrumental role in RCD Mallorca promotion to the Spanish La Liga in the with 25 league appearances last season.
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