Man City(ENG), Stromsgodset, Eintracht Frankfurt, Rayo Vallecano(Spain), Lorient(FRA)
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Aug 2012: joined Spanish club Rayo Vallecano on a season's-long loan deal The 20-year-old joins from English Premier League champions Manchester City who own his transfer rights until June 2014. Abu spent last season on loan at Norwegian top-flight Stromgodset where he hugely impressed. The move to the Spanish La Liga side is aimed at securing regular first team action for the Right to Dream graduate. Abu played for Ghana at the 2012 Africa Nations Cup.
(Jan 2, 2012 BBC) -- Mohammed Abu has joined German side Eintracht Frankfurt on loan until the end of the season. The 20-year-old Manchester City player has the option to extend the deal at the end of the season. Abu is part for Ghana's squad for the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations, will join the Bundesliga II side after the tournament in February.
August 2010 -- Manchester City has signed Mohammed Abu, who will now go on loan to Norwegian side Stromsgodset until the end of June 2011. A dynamic, tough-tackling midfielder, Abu recently trained at the Academy and played for the Elite Development side in three pre-season games. He was spotted by the club's recruitment network playing for Sporting Club Accra, having been developed by their Right To Dream academy. Stromsgodset's sporting director is former Norway and Sheffield United striker Jostein Flo, and Abu will now play for the Norwegian Premier League club in the town of Drammen, just outside Olso.