Ghana midfielder Anthony Annan joins Vitesse Arnhem

Ghana midfielder Anthony Annan has joined Dutch side Vitesse Arnhem on loan until the end of the season, GHANAsoccernet.com reveal.

Ghana midfielder Anthony Annan will play in Holland next season

Ghana midfielder Anthony Annan has joined Dutch side Vitesse Arnhem on loan until the end of the season, GHANAsoccernet.com reveal.

The 25-year-old moves from German Bundesliga side Schalke after being told he is surplus to requirement at the Bundesliga side.

Annan joined Schalke in January from Norwegian giants Rosenborg where he won two league titles.

But since moving to Germany, he has struggled for playing time which has resulted in just nine appearances.

GHANAsoccernet revealed last week that the Dutch side were keen on the Ghanaian midfielder and they have now reached a deal.

Both clubs have confirmed the deal.

Annan’s contract with Schalke runs till June 2014.

Annan has won more than 40 caps for Ghana and was a member of the squad that reached the 2010 Africa Cup of Nations final and the World Cup quarter-finals.

READERS COMMENTS

  1. Emmanuel agyei says:

    I wish the Pablo all the best in his current contract.Ghanaian wish to see him prove to the world that he is a great player.

  2. Papa Richie says:

    one is better than none.

  3. Jimmy says:

    Thank God he is out of the racist world!

    • MR President says:

      Jimmy u r an idiot. have u ever been to germany, met a german or r u judging them by the news n papers u read?

    • Kwame Uk says:

      @Jimmy why must every mishap or unsuccess of a Black Person or Ghanaian in a predominantly white land has to be based on race. There are successful black and Asian players in Germany. Schalke had other midfielders and if the coach believed those are better than Annan so be it. We should rather pray he gets a good chance in his next club than blame it on Racism. Haba

  4. Ghanaboy says:

    Sometimes I’m forced to think Anthony Annan is not a player for the big leagues. I stand to be corrected. Wishing him all the best.

  5. Lipo says:

    Good luck, many goals, boy!

  6. senam says:

    ALL THE PEOOPLE IN CAPE COAST AND GHANA ARE PRAYING 4 U AND U WILL SHINE FOREVER

  7. freddy says:

    I think is a good decision than to stay at schalke.Ghana needs players who are playing week in week out to strengthen our midfield.

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  9. thesalonika says:

    Pablo will surely make it this time around. Good luck…