A prime target for several clubs this summer, Bundesliga outfit SC Freiburg has reportedly signed Ghanaian midfielder -Daniel Kofi Kyereh for an undisclosed fee today.
The 26-year-old attacking midfielder was signed from second-tier St. Pauli after a spectacular campaign last season scoring thirteen goals and providing ten assists in 32 games.
One of the strongest attacking midfielders in the Bundesliga II during the 2021-22 season, Kyereh is seen as a great addition at the Schwarzwald-Stadion and the ideal star to assist the club's dream going forward especially in the Europa League next season.
Joined Bundesliga outfit for the first time from the lower division in seven years, the right-sided midfielder on all accounts in 187 games recorded 80 goals [Goals + assists] with FC St. Pauli, SV Wehen Wiesbaden and TSV Havelse.
Kyereh expressed his excitement following his transfer move:
"I'm impressed by Freiburg's style of play, appearance and development. I have therefore decided with full conviction to become part of this team and am full of anticipation for the upcoming games in the Bundesliga and Europa League,".
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