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Ghanaian forward Elvis Manu joins Bulgarian side Botev Plovdiv 

Published on: 04 August 2022

Ghanaian forward Elvis Manu has completed his move to Bulgarian side Botev Plovdiv

Elvis Manu joins Botev Plovdiv after leaving Ludogorets in the January transfer window.

The Holland-born Ghanaian forward terminated his contract with the Bulgarian champions before joining Wisla in January.

Elvis Manu made 11 appearances for Wisla scoring two goals in the just ended season.

He makes a return to the Bulgarian top-flight league to play for Botev Plovdiv.

The 28-year-old trained with his new team mates for the first time on Wednesday.

Elvis Manu signed for Ludogorets in August 2022 where he made 57 appearances in all competitions, scoring 26 goals.

He will join fellow countryman Emmanuel Toku at the club this season.

 

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