Many Ghanaian Transfers were recorded in the European summer transfer window that just closed.
The European transfer window closed last night. In one of the very good windows in respective to Ghanaian transfers, a lot would be expected of some while others still have to rejuvenate their careers.
Some players like Samuel Owusu, after a fine display at the AFCON have managed to get a big money move to the gulf while Jordan Ayew made his Crystal Palace move permanent.
On the other hand, Baba Rahman’s deadline day loan move to RCD Mallorca means both he and fellow Ghanaian Lumor Agbenyenu will take their national team fight for the LB spot to the club level.
The captain of the Black Stars, Andre Dede Ayew will stay with Swansea as the welsh club seek promotion back into the Premier league while the general captain Asamoah Gyan is still a free agent.
Here are the top 10 Ghanaian Transfers:
10. Abdul Fatawu Safiu (Kotoko – Trelleborgs FF(Sweden)
After a move to Heisenberg fell through, the striker made the move to another Swedish club, Trelleborgs FF. The striker, who scored 10 goals in the Tier 1 of the Normalisation Commitee’s Special competition will be looking to replicate his fine form overseas.
9. Kwame ‘Conte’ Bonsu (Kotoko to Esperance(Tunisia)
Another key player for Kotoko in not only the special competition but also during their CAF confederation cup campaign, Kwame Bonsu, made the switch to Esperance in Tunisia in a very promising deal for the defensive mIdfielder.
8. Samuel Owusu (FC Cuckaricki -Al Fahya (Saudi Arabia)
After a fine display at the just ended AFCON, Samuel Owusu got his big money move to Saudi Arabia from the Serbian third division
7. Raphael Dwamena (Levante – Real Zaragoza (loan))
Raphael Dwamena was one of many regular names to miss out on the final 23 man Black Stars squad to Egypt. This came after a challenging season in Spain where he struggled for game time. The once prolific striker will hope that the move to Zaragoza will revitalise him and bring back his glory days at Zurich.
6. Kevin Prince Boateng (Sassuolo – Fiorentina)
After spending the last half of last season on loan at Barcelona, the journeyman of Ghana football, Kevin Prince Boateng is on the move again. This time, to Fiorentina. The 32 year old signed a deal with the Florence club and will continue his career there. How log before he moves again?
5. Kasim Nuhu Adams (Hoffenheim-Dusseldorf (loan))
Yet another of Ghana’s top performers at the AFCON, Nuhu Adams has made the move in search of game time. This time, he leaves Hoffeinheim to join one of the Bundesliga newcomers, Dusseldorf.
4. Joseph Attamah Larweh (Istanbul Basaksehir – Rizespor)
Attamah made the switch to Rizespor after finding game time hard to come by. With the competition for places in the national team getting keener, much game time is needed.
3. Yaw Yeboah (Numancia to Celta Vigo)
The captain of the Black Meteors Yaw Yeboah has made the move to the B team of Celta Vigo. He will be looking to make that giant step to break into the A team and feature in La Liga.
2. Joseph Aidoo (Genk to Celta Vigo)
After winning the Belgian league with Genk last season, Celta Vigo have snapped up the young Ghanaian defender. Aidoo will first of all be looking to seal a starting spot for himself in the La Liga outfit’s set up and help the Vigo Club.
1. Jordan Ayew (Swansea to Crystal Palace )
The younger of the Ayew brothers, who was arguably Ghana’s best player at the just ended AFCON made hi move permanent after a loan spell last season. Manager Roy Hodgson has shown great faith in the Ghanaian striker and he has so far repaid that trust by scoring 2 goals in 4 games as Palace continue their good start to the season.
The Ghanaian transfers in this summer’s transfer window fills fans with lots of happiness and excitement and fans will be watching closely.