Former Asante Kotoko striker Dauda Mohammed finally got his work permit on Friday to enable him play for Dutch side Vitesse Arnhem, Ghanasoccernet.com can exclusively reveal.

The 20-year-old joined Dutch side Vitesse Arnhem last week on loan until the end of the season but his debut was delayed because of work permit problems.

But the problem was solved on Friday when Vitesse met all the requirements that allowed the immigration authorities to give him the necessary documents to enable him play.

Dauda signed the six-month loan deal on Thursday to beat the transfer deadline for the Eredivisie league.

He moves from Belgian giants Anderlecht in search of playing time after seeing limited opportunities in the Jupiler League.

Vitesse will have the option of giving the Ghanaian youngster a permanent contract at the end of the season if they are impressed with his performance.

He scored 25 goals for the youth side of Anderlecht and could only make five appearances with the first team.

With first opportunities still limited, Mohammed opted to go on loan to continue with his development in Europe.

Dauda joined Anderlecht in 2017 from Kotoko.

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