Former Wa All Stars midfielder Seidu Salifu has undergone a successful surgery on his right knee following an injury a couple of months ago.
The 25-year-old recently parted ways with Turkish club Umraniyespor due to a terrible injury record. He is hoping to recover on time to start training.
"Grateful for a successful surgery. Receiving therapy at the moment and anticipate to start training soon," Salifu posted on Twitter.
Grateful for a successful surgery. Receiving therapy at the moment and anticipate to start training soon. pic.twitter.com/kAHmWE0XHX— Seidu Salifu (@salifuofficiel) December 28, 2018
Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG) chief Anthony Baffoe has congratulated Salifu, wishing him a speedy recovery.
"The surgery is finally done Seidu..good luck speedy recovery 🏿🏿"
The surgery is finally done Seidu..good luck speedy recovery 🙏🏿🙏🏿— Anthony Baffoe (@AnthonyBaffoe) December 28, 2018
Salifu was part of Ghana U20 side that participated in the 2013 Fifa World Youth Championship. He was handed his maiden senior national team call-up in 2015 by Avram Grant for friendlies against Senegal and Mali.