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Yahaya Mohammed responds to Justice Blay’s $100,000 price tag: ‘Not even Messi, Ronaldo or Neymar are worth that’

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Aduana Stars forward, Yahaya Mohammed has slammed Medeama SC over their huge price tag on midfielder Justice Blay.

Blay, 28; undeniably one of the best midfielders on the local scene, has been out on loan at Asante Kotoko for the past 2 incomplete seasons and impressed heavily during his time at the Baba Yara Stadium.

He was one of their best players in the club’s CAF Champions League and CAF Confederation Cup campaigns.

Blay was also Kotoko’s best player in the abrogated 2019-20 Ghana Premier League season; winning several man-of-the-match awards alongside player of the month accolades.

There have been talks to bring Blay to Kotoko on a permanent basis with Medeama reportedly demanding for a fee between $50, 000 to $100,000 from the Porcupines before they will allow Blay to sign for them.

“The $100,000 price tag on Medeama’s Justice Blay isn’t reasonable, because we aren’t in normal times, thanks to COVID19,” Yahaya Mohammed said in an interview with Asempa FM.

However, recent reports in the media indicate that two foreign clubs have shown interest in the midfielder and Medeama would love to do business with them.

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