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Slovakia top-flight side grab talented Ghana U20 winger Joseph Amoah

Published on: 28 December 2020
Slovakia top-flight side grab talented Ghana U20 winger Joseph Amoah
Joseph Amoah is the latest Ghanaian player to join Trencin

Slovakian top-flight campaigners Trencin have swooped to sign talented Ghana youth winger Joseph Amoah, can exclusively reveal.

The 18-year-old sealed the move to the go-getting side on Monday evening after impressing scouts of the European side following some consistent monitoring.

The speedy winger, blessed with some dexterity on the ball, moves from ambitious Ghanaian First Division side Accra Lions where he excelled last season.

Amoah, who was part of the recent Ghana U20 side, signed a three-year contract that will see him remain at the top-flight European side until December 2023.

Scouts of Trencin have been monitoring players from the Abokobi-based side known for grooming talented players in Ghana for the past few years.

His performances for the Ghanaian club forced Trencin to open negotiations two months ago to acquire the signature of the winger-cum-striker who tormented defenders last season.

The known dribbler was signed by the club in the top-flight without a trial knowing the quality of the player before they acquired him.

He will walk straight into the first team of the club and start training to prepare for the re-start of the season after the New Year.

Amoah is the latest player to be signed by the Slovakia top-flight side from Accra Lions where their former player Osman Bukari played and took the European country by storm.

The exploits of Bukari, who has now moved to the Belgian side Gent, has attracted more interest from several European clubs in players of Accra Lions.

In their short stint in Division One of Ghana football, Accra Lions have made a huge impact as several youngsters now make the club their preferred destination to hone their careers.

Amoah is expected to follow in the footsteps Bukari at Trencin where he will start training with the first team on Tuesday morning.

He is the latest player from Accra Lions to have moved to Europe in recent times.

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