Belgian top-flight side Korikjrik has announced the capture of former New Edubiase talented winger, Asiedu Attobrah on a three year deal with an option of another two years.
The statement on the club’s website reads:
“KV Kortrijk has reinforced their squad again for the season as Abraham Asiedu Attobrah from Ghana joins the club.
“Abraham Asiedu Attobrah is another capture for KV Kortrijk. Abraham Attobrah is a 20-year-old Ghanaian footballer who can play at the right, can also switch to the left and central attacking. With his height at 1.75m Attobrah is fast,, skillful and a good dribbler.
“Attobrah also play for Ghana national team. He was part of the Ghana national team that came second in the Championship of Africa Nations in 2014, in the final he lost his penalty kick. This summer he was still active in Ghana U-20 team during the World Cup, which include Argentina, Asiedu Attobrah attracted interest from several European clubs.
“He comes from New Edubiase United from Ghana and signed a contract for three seasons with an option for two additional seasons”.
Due to KV Kortrijk special relationship with Cardiff City, Attobrah is currently being linked with a move to the English side.