“I’m very happy to be in Ludogorets” – PFC Ludogorets newboy Kwadwo Duah

Kwadwo Duah elated with move to Ludogorets

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The 12-time Bulgaria champions, has completed the signing of Swiss born with Ghanaian descent, Kwadwo Duah ahead of upcoming season.

PFC Ludogorets captured the 26-year old forward from German club Nürnberg on a three-year contract after passing his mandatory medicals on Tuesday and putting pen to paper on Wednesday evening.

Kwadwo Duah is the third new player in Ludogorets since the beginning of the season after the transfers of the German Marcel Heister and the Spanish Son. He is also the third player in the Eagles’ recent history to be brought in from the Bundesliga, following the successful transfers of Cauley Oliveira and Bernard Tekpetey, who came from Paderborn and Schalke 04 respectively.

Upon completing his move, Duah says it is a big step forward in his career an is excited to be in Ludogorets.

“I am very happy to be in Ludogorets”, was the first comment of the Swiss.

“My transfer to this club is a big step forward in my career. I hope to justify the trust of the coach and the people who attracted me. I know a lot about Ludogorets.

“I followed the team’s participation in the Champions League,” added Duah.

Duah last season, played 33 games for German club Nürnberg, where he scored 11 goals.

Before moving to the German team, he spent two seasons with St. Gallen in the Swiss League for which he played 65 games and scored 24 goals.

He also played for Ville, Servette, Winterthur, Xamax and Young Boys, where he was a teenager. With his vast experience, he is expected to help Ludogorets in the 2023-24 league campaign and UEFA Champions League as they advance to second round.

He has three formations for the Swiss national team and also enjoyed number of stint with their youth team, however, he is still eligible to play for Ghana thus, according to FIFA new international law.

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