Guimaraes sign Wakaso as Zungu's replacement?

The Ghanaian midfielder has made a return to Portuguese football just six months since leaving to join Lorient

Ghanaian midfielder Alhassan Wakaso has left relegated Ligue 1 side Lorient to join Vitoria Guimaraes .

The 25-year-old makes his return to the Primeira Liga -having left Rio Ave during the January transfer window- by signing a three-year deal which will see him at the side until 2020. 
Wakaso leaves Lorient having made 11 appearances as they were relegated to Ligue 2 after losing a relegation play-off tie to Troyes.

Pedro Martins is looking strengthen his side ahead of their Europa League campaign after finishing fourth in the Primeira Liga last campaign.

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Vitoria Guimaraes, Bongani Zungu

Wakaso’s arrival at the club could also mean that South African midfielder – Bongani Zungu , who has been linked with a move away from the club could well be allowed to leave. 

Zungu has been linked with a move away from Os Vimaranenses all summer with English and French sides believed to be after his signature.

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