Defender Mohammed Saslisu should watch for a “few extra weeks’ to make his Southampton debut, in accordance with supervisor Ralph Hassenhutl.
The 21-year previous joined the Saints in the summertime switch window from La Liga outfit Actual Valladolid, however he’s but to make his first aggressive look for the membership.
Supervisor Ralph Hassenhutl says the Ghanaian teen will want time to get himself acquainted to soccer in England, subsequently there isn’t a have to rush him into the group.
“It might take a number of extra weeks, perhaps [to break into the starting set-up]. After the following worldwide break [in October], I hope to have him within the first eleven. He has good drive and is a really formidable man,” Hasenhuttl informed Hampshire Reside.
“He’s working exhausting on his health in the meanwhile after a protracted break from harm and there are a number of points we should work on however you may see his physicality.
“He is not going to be a short-term venture, he might be extra of a long-term venture. Due to this fact I feel he was a incredible switch.”
Salidu missed the season opener in opposition to Crystal Palace, a sport Southampton misplaced 1-0 on the Selhurst Park.