Asante Kotoko have stepped up preparations ahead of the start of the 2020/21 Ghana premier league second round.
The Porcupine Warriors, who have not done badly in the ongoing season have been shaping up at the Adako Jachie.
Michael, as he is affectionately called became Kotoko’s second Brazil player after Fabio Gama signed for them last year.
The 27-year-old striker joined the Porcupine Warriors in a two and half year deal.
His acquisition follows the departure of talismanic striker, Kwame Poku to Algerian side, USM Alger.
Kotoko have also roped in former Karela United forward, Solomon Sarfo Taylor ahead of the second of the Ghana League.
Kotoko have brought on board former Black Stars coach, Mariano Bareto to steer the affairs of the club.
He is expected in Ghana this week to resume the technical reign of Kotoko.
Asante Kotoko represented Ghana in the CAF Champions League but dropped to Confederation Cup where they were eliminated by Entente Sportive de Sétif of Algeria at the play-off stages.
Kotoko currently occupy 4th on the Ghana Premier league table.
They have 27 points from 16 matches with an outstanding game to spare.
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