By Patrick Akoto
Ghana international Sam Ayew Yeboah has joined newly promoted Faroe Islands side Tvoryrar Boltfelag, GHANAsoccernet.com can exclusively reveal.
The 23-year-old has penned a two year deal with the club for an undisclosed fee.
The ex-Liberty Professionals offensive midfielder was spotted by a scout of the ambitious Faroe Island side while on trials at Danish side Thisted FC.
The move has ended months of searching for a club abroad.
Yeboah told GHANAsocernet.com: "I am very happy with the deal and glad to have ended my search for a club.
"A lot of people have helped me in my life especially Emmanuel Attoh Micah, Oliver and Wag Hoggnesson.
"They are the guys who have helped players like Razak Ismail, David Asare and Razak Ibrahim in the past. I am also grateful to them for helping me get this deal"
"I hope to make the best count in the Islands and make a huge impression with the club. Iâ€™m grateful to the managers for the confidence reposed in me and I hope to pay them back greatly."
Yeboah earned his debut senior national team call-up on August 20, 2008 in a friendly against Tanzania.
He was a member of the Ghana squad which won silver at the inaugural CHAN competition in Cot D'Ivoire two years ago.
He will join up with his new team in December.