I want to get to the top of my career – Karim

Mohammed Karim

Ghanaian teenager Mohammed Karim is looking forward to reach higher heights in his career after an impressive maiden season in Turkey with Istanbulspor.

The 19-year-old who started with the Istanbulspor Under 21 side before being promoted to the senior team last season is hoping to make his mark at the top level one day.

“My aim is to become one of the best Africa and the World at large will ever have because I believe in my unique style of play,” Karim told Dailymailgh.com

“I play both offensive and defensive midfield as well as on the wings and I play with grit, skill and great technique. I am aspiring to be in the Black Stars team for Qatar 2022,” he stated.

Touching on how his career began, the hugely talented youngster mentioned that he played a couple of third-tier clubs in Ghana before moving to Turkey to pursue a professional career.

“I started my career with De Gunners Football Club in the Greater Accra region in Ghana. I also played for Bext 11 FC in Dansoman in the second division. And finally Joined Inter Millas Academy that’s where the Turkish dream started,” he recalled.

By Edmund Okai Gyimah, Daily Mail GH

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