Hapoel Tel Aviv complete signing of Aduana Stars player Boateng

The midfielder has left the Ghanaian champions to join the Red Demons for the next four seasons in an undisclosed fee

Aduana Stars midfielder Emmanuel Boateng has completed a four-year deal with Israeli Premier League returnees Hapoel Tel Aviv, the two clubs have announced.

The 22-year-old, who was unveiled on Tuesday, has expressed his happiness to be part of the Red Demons.

"It has been my dream to play in Europe so I'm very excited to be in Israel. I'm waiting for the opportunity to start playing for my new club and do my best," Boateng said.

"The reception from the club’s supporters and leadership has been very good and I'm already feeling at home. I've been taken through some of their histories and rivalries and hope to learn more to help my stay here," he added.

Boateng began his career at Ghana Premier League side Wafa before joining Aduana in January 2017.


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