Ghanaian Youngster and talented footballer, Daniel Kofi Kyere has completed his move to Freiburg Football Club in the German Bundesliga. The Black Stars attacking midfielder was one of the most in-form Ghanaian players abroad last season, scoring 12 goals and providing 10 assists in the Bundesliga league 2. He became a hot hot cake to many teams as they were trying to get him but it’s all over as Freiburg has attain his signature.
The report claims that the German Bundesliga side paid €4.5m plus add-ons to bring Kyereh to the club. Kofi Kyereh’s move to Freiburg will see him also feature in the UEFA Europa League for the upcoming season. He was linked to Schalke and Borussia Monchengladbach, who were said to be keen on acquiring his services. This moves call for celebration and have really attracted many reactions as many Ghanaians have wished him all the best in his new journey.
The talented midfielder is one of the players to look out in the Bundesliga next season. He has been one of Ghana’s best player since he made his debut and showed his class at the AFCON and World Cup qualification.
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