The Ghanaian youngster has completed a six-month loan deal at Roda JC and has the option to make it permanent if he excels
Ghanaian Dutch-born international Raymond Gyasi has completed his loan move to Roda JC from AZ Alkmaar.
The budding front man now joins his senior brother Edwin Gyasi who joined the club three weeks ago from Heracles Almelo.
The pacy and energetic tormentor who was voted AZ Alkmaar Under-19 best player and top scorer in 2013, scoring 18 goals with 12 assists was promoted to the senior side in 2014 before moving to Roda JC on a six-month loan deal in January 2015.
Gyasi whose contract with AZ Alkmaar expires in 2016 could sign a permanent deal with his new employers should he impress.
“I’m thrilled to join my brother Edwin here, he is a very good player who inspires me so much when I use to play with him at FC Twenty and I believe our partnership in the team would help us achieve a lot of successes,” the former FC Twenty striker told sportsworldghana.
He added: “Roda JC is a great team every player would want to play for and that I’m here to do my best to help the club reach a deserving standard in the league something I believe has been the dream of all the players here.”
Gyasi is eligible to play for both Ghana and the Netherlands and has expressed his desire to feature for the former.