Ghana international Kwabena Owusu has sealed a move to Hungarian outfit Ferencvarosi in the winter transfer window.
The 25-year-old joins Ferencvarosi after ending his stay with Azerbaijani giants Qarabag FK. Owusu signed a two-and-a-half-year contract with Ferencvarosi.
The 2019 Africa Cup of Nations squad member, attracted the attention of the Hungarians when Qarabag faced Ferencvarosi in the UEFA Champions League qualifiers.
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“It is with great pleasure and with praise to God that I can announce to become part of your family,”
he said after signing the deal.
“In recent weeks I had the chance to learn a lot about Ferencvaros and I saw the world champions from over 100 years ago. I don‘t know many clubs with such a big tradition and it makes me proud to continue this path.
“I come to Budapest with big ambitions. I want to help the team win the league and the Europa League quarter-final. Our team is very strong and I can‘t wait to meet everybody and start playing for this wonderful club.”
Owusu previously played for Leganes, Real Oviedo, and Cartagena in Spain before moving to Azerbaijan.
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