The Ghanaian-born Burkina Faso striker says he jumped for the move to Victoria Guimaraes because of the high chances of him playing regularly
Newly signed Vitoria Guimaraes forward Nii Adamah Plange has said he opted to join The Little Whites because he was assured of enough playing time.
The Ghanaian-born Burkina Faso player joined the Portuguese Cup finalists from Sporting Lisbon in the eleventh hour of the summer transfer window.
"Vitoria Guimaraes gave me good indications and assured me that I will have more playing time that was why I signed for them," he told Expresso.
"They were my first choice and I hope to make a good impact," the 24-year-old added.
Plange started his career in Ghana with renowned football academy, Gomoa Feteh Feyenoord, before moving to Ivory Coast and later naturalising for Burkina Faso, where he made his debut in 2011 in a friendly against South Africa.