The 2021 transfer period has been a busy one but a blessing to most young Ghanaian footballers.
Several of these transfers and negotiations going on in Europe and other parts of the world have given Ghanaian football a lot of hope because several youngsters who are Ghanaians have been signed by top clubs in Europe.
In the 2021 July transfer, many Ghanaians have been signed but we will focus on the top Three most expensive Ghanaian players that have been signed form one club to another club in Europe.
Majeed Ashimeru is a Ghanaian born football player who currently plays for Belgian club RSC Anderlecht.
The 23 years old midfielder has now signed a permanent deal with the Belgian club. His transfer contract is worth €1.5m. He played for Red Bull Salzburg before he moved to Anderlecht on loan in 2021 and also signed this current deal in July 2021.
The young Ghanaian striker is now a permanent player of Yeni Malatyaspor in the Turkish top flight league.
Benjamin was on loan with Malatyaspor from Sparta Praha in the 2020/2021 season but made a permanent deal with them in July 2021, worth €2m.
Kamal Deen Sulemana is currently the most expensive Ghanaian player in the current transfer going on in Europe. On the 16th of July 2021 Kamal Deen Sulemana signed a five year contract deal worth €20m with Stade Rennais from Sparta Praha.
The 19 year old star is currently the most expensive Ghanaian player in Europe as far as the July 2021 transfer is concern.
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