Footballghana.com can exclusively report that Ghanaian winger Nasiru Mohammed has agreed to a pay cut at his club Levski Sofia.
The talented forward joined the Bulgarian top-flight club in 2019 on the back of an outstanding season at Swedish outfit BK Häcken.
While he has had difficulty replicating the same form at Levski Sofia, off-the-pitch issues have not helped matters.
During the lockdown period in Bulgaria in 2020 in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, Nasiru Mohammed had a fallen out with officials of the club when he refused to take a pay cut.
With the club still in distress and not financially strong as a result of the blowback from the Covid-19 situation in the country, they have this week finally gotten the Ghanaian to take a pay cut.
Sources have confirmed that Nasiru Mohammed has given consent to have his wages reduced but he still receives 15 thousand euros.
He was initially on a monthly salary of 22,000 euros but has had it reduced to help his club financially.
Despite the deed, reports reaching your most trusted Ghanaian online portal has it that he could still be sold in the January transfer window.