Black Stars defender Attamah Larweh completes Kayserispor transfer from Fatih Karagumruk 

Black Stars defender Joseph Attamah Larweh has official sealed a 3-year transfer to Turkish Super Lig side Kayserispor.

In race for the Ghanaian’s signature, Kayserispor beat off stiffer competition from rivals Hatayspor, Erzurum and Samsunspor to bring Attamah Larweh to the Kadir Has Stadium.

Kayserispor submitted improved offer after being turned down in their first bid for the Black Stars player.

It’s reckoned that Larweh, who played for Ghanaian side Tema Youth, initially rejected in a bid to join Kayserispor but the Turkish side continued to push for 26-year old’s services.

Meanwhile, on loan Attamah Larweh was very inspirational in Fatih Karagumruk campaign this season, helping them to qualify to the Premier division of Turksih football.

Larweh will join the side that previously hosted former Black Stars captain Asamoah Gyan and midfielder Bernard Mensah.

Larweh landed in Kayseri on Tuesday to complete negotiations and put pen to paper to complete the 3-year deal.

The hardworking midfielder was a member of Ghana U20 side that won bronze at the FIFA U20 World Cup in Turkey, and has since been a part of the Black Stars.

Larweh’s magnificent performance this season has made him a standout midfielder in Turkey and is gunning for an active role in CK Akonnor’s side when Ghana re-assemble for the 2022 AFCON qualifiers.


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