Former Ghana Premier League champions, Asante Kotoko SC have secured the signature of 23-year old defender Samuel Asamoah on a permanent contract.
The Reds following a successful negotiations with the Ghanaian defender, agreed on a three-year deal early morning of Thursday. Asamoah joined the Porcupine Warriors from newly promoted club Bofoakwa Tano.
Asamoah, a right-back will see his contract run till 2026.
He was part of the squad that secured Bofoakwa Tano back to the top-flight after 16-years, playing a pivotal role in helping the Sunyani-based side qualify to the Premier League.
He made 18 appearances last season with five assists.
Asamoah becomes the fourth signing in Prosper Narteh Ogum’s defensive reinforcement following the acquisition of Yahaya Dawuni, Nanabeyin Amoah, and Ansu Henry.
Asamoah, after completing the deal, described it as a great step for his career.
“This is a great step for me because it has been the club I have always prayed for, and to be here finally means a lot.
“I know fans of Kotoko do not take their number-two position lightly because of names like Frank Amankwaa, Aziz Ansah and Amos Frimpong, but I will be ready to do my best to be remembered like these legends
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