Watch Live Matches

Ghana defender Jonathan Mensah to undergo Evian medical

Published on: 05 July 2011

Ghana defender Jonathan Mensah has arrived in France to undergo medical with newly-promoted Evian Thonon Gaillard, MTNFootball can reveal.

Italian side Udinese have agreed terms with Evian over the transfer of the enterprising 20-year-old centre-back.

He will sign for the club within the next 24 hours if he passes the medical.

The former Ashanti Gold centre-back admitted he would favour a move away from the Stadio Friuli where he was supposed to make his debut season in the Serie A next season.

Evian TG FC last week signed Ghana youth international midfielder Rabiu Mohammed on a five-year-deal from Udinese last month.



  • Concerned GHANIAN says:
    July 05, 2011 03:56 pm
    Have any of you guys noticed that most of our good and young players are defenders? We hardly have any attacking midfielder anymore. That's why we fail to score in matches nowadays.. well, Madam speaker, when you are PROPOUNSING………….WHEN YOUR PROPINDING SUCH FIGURES IN BILLIONS; INFACT I WANT TO REMIND YOU I DID NOT EVEN KNOW HOW TO TRANSLATE THIS INTO OPIPIMPIMPIIIIIMMMMM. With such horrendous grammatical gyrations, why won’t our ECOMINI be resilient?
  • opank says:
    July 05, 2011 04:18 pm
    lmaoooooooooooo @Concerned GHANIAN.....dats an all time CLASSIC, i will never get tired of watching it... So Called President of GHANA, wat a shame!!!!
  • Quabena says:
    July 05, 2011 01:44 pm
    its all about playing time. wish you get it and improve your play....bests to Rabiu as well.
  • franciel says:
    July 05, 2011 04:22 pm
    Welcome in France
  • kris says:
    July 05, 2011 06:46 pm
    @opank n concerned GHANAIAN perhaps if u spent more tym discussin important issues instead of som1's grammatical mistakes ghana wld b a much beta place. i wonda if u guys can string 2 sentences 2getha infront of just 10 people.
  • Abroad says:
    July 05, 2011 07:06 pm
  • Coby says:
    July 05, 2011 07:26 pm
    @ Concerned GHANIAN.... You make a good point when you say we have some young, promising Ghanaian defenders in the likes of Daniel Opare, Jonathan and David Addy but did you say we have no attacking midfielders? If you don't mind me asking, which Ghana team are you watching? The BlackStars are full of attacking midfielders. That's essentially our problem; too many of them. Muntari, Kevin Prince Boateng and Emmanuel Agyemang Badu are all AMers. These coaches do not know how to position these players and so nieve fans like yourself think that's the way its supposed to be. Let me educate u; Muntari is the best player on our team (when he's positioned right). He's an attacking midfielder, PERIOD. He plays in the middle, not the wing. He's the best passer with thegreatest vision on our team fyi. I can go all day about the mispositioning of the players on the team but I'll be preaching to rotten minds so there's no point.
  • Prettytony says:
    July 06, 2011 12:18 am
    Concerned citizen and opanka this is a sport forum if u want to do politics go to kokroko on peace fm,stupid u people want to politicize everything in this country