Great Olympics midfielder Kwame Boateng has agreed a two-year deal with Asante Kotoko ahead of the 2015-16-club season. The 22-year-old’s splendid performance last season went unnoticed despite his side facing relegation as he becomes the eleventh player to join David Duncan’s squad.
Communication director of the club, Kweku Ahenkorah confirmed that the youngster has agreed to join the club but on principle that he passes his medical scheduled within the week.
“Kwame Boateng was on our radar throughout last season but he has finally agreed a two-year deal subjected to a successful medical,” Ahenkorah told Goal.
“Our medical staff are accessing him and we will finally outdoor him when everything is complete.
“We believe in his qualities and experience and hope that he will be a great addition to our course next season,” he added.
Boateng scored six goals in 24 games last season, providing six assists.
Goal understands that Duncan has told the club’s top hierarchy to keep two slots unused for new signings until the middle of the campaign.