Former Legon Cities FC Midfielder Hanan Joins Portuguese Side SC Covilha
By AdamuMuftawu | self meida writer
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Former Legon Cities FC midfielder, Abdul Wahab Hanan has joined Portuguese lower tier side, Sporting Club Covilha.
Hannan joins the LigaPro side in a two-year contract as a free agent after the expiration of his contract with Legon Cities FC.
He was very instrumental in the Royals’ 2019/20 Ghana Premier League campaign before its truncation over the global COVID-19 pandemic.
The 23-year-old will look to quickly adjust to his new club as this is his first time in the Portuguese league.
The attacking midfielder has previously played for Tunisian side, Club Africain in a six month’s loan deal.
SC Covilha lie 11th on the Portuguese second tier table.
They have gathered 17 points from 15 matches played.
They next play Academico de Viseu on Friday, January 22 at home.
Abdul Wahab Hanan is expected to make his debut for his side in the ongoing league.
It will be a morale booster for the young Ghanaian who is looking to get his European career going.
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