Ghanaian defender, Prince Annor has completed a move to South African Premier Soccer League side Stellenbosch FC following a successful negotiations.
Annor, 18, signed a long-term contract on Thursday as the club confirmed.
The Ghanaian following his impressive performance at Ubuntu FC Academy caught the eye of Stellenbosch FC technical team, and secured an opportunity for trials.
During his trial at Stellenbosch FC, Amponsah was part of the team’s U-21 side that traveled to India to compete in the Premier League’s international NextGen tournament, where he excelled with maturity of defence skills, helping the team finish second before signing a professional contract with the club.
“We are massively excited about the signing of Prince and his addition to our squad,” head coach Steve Barker said. He is a young player with huge potential,” the club wrote on its website after finalizing the deal.
Stellenbosch FC added, “He has immense ability with the ball at his feet, a great passing range, and is all-round a really good defender, so we are excited to see him grow and develop with us at the club.”
Prince Annor Amponsah will be hoping to break into the first team and establish himself as a regular after landing a huge contract with the club.
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