Transfer News: Top Ghanaian player transfer in 2018

Dede Ayew



Football transfer window ended yesterday night and here at we bring you some top transfer involving Ghanaian players.

We start with England where both the Ayew brothers ditched Swansea City for Fernabache and Crystal Palace respectively.

Andre Ayew joined Turkish side Fernabache from Swansea City as he joins the likes of Asamoah Gyan, Bernard Mensah and among other Ghanaian players.

Andre Ayew
Andre Ayew in Fernabache











His junior brother Jordan Ayew also made a return to English Premier league with a loan move to Crystal Palace. This move means Jordan has now joined his third premier league club after Aston Villa, Swansea and now Crystal Palace.

Jordan Ayew and Abedi Ayew
Jordan Ayew and Dad after signing for Crystal Place












In Scotland, Black Stars winger Thomas Agyepong has left English Premier league side Manchester City for Hibernian in the Scottish league.

Thomas Agyepong: Hibernian land Manchester City winger on loan






Patrick Twumasi also switched clubs by leaving Astana to join Ghanaian compatriot Mubarak Wakaso with Spanish La Liga side Deportivo Alaves his destination.

Patrick Twumasi in Alaves shirt







Still in Spain, Forward Rafael Dwamena signed a four year deal with Levante as he joins fellow Black Stars striker Emmanuel Boateng.

Rafael Dwamena









Majeed Waris has returned to France after he signed a season long loan with Nantes from Portuguese side FC Porto after joining them in the middle of last season.

Majeed Waris










In Italy former Udinese midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah joined Inter Milan from Serie A giants Juventus after a long stint with the Old ladies.

Kwadwo Asamoah









Black Stars defender Nicholas Opoku left Tunisia for Italy where he signed for Udinese joining his Ghanaian counterpart Emmanuel Agyeman Badu.

Nicholas Opoku







Former Ebusua Dwarfs and Kotoko defender Rashid Sumaila has left Kuwaiti side Al Qadsia to join Serbian side Red Star Belgrade.

Rashid Sumaila











Defender Kasim Nuhu moved to the German Bundesliga with Hoffenheim after leaving Swiss side Young Boys.

Kasim Nuhu

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