Former Asante Kotoko, striker Eric Bekoe, has joined Kenya’s AFC Leopards on a two-year deal.
Bekoe landed in Kenya Thursday morning and joined the Leopards squad for the morning training session.
Citi Sports sources reveal the club was impressed with the player’s output and managed to agree to terms on Thursday.
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Asante Kotoko recently turned down the chance to resign the 2008 Ghana Premier League goal king who last played for Sekondi Hasaacas in the 2015/2016 season.
He has also had a successful stint with Egypt’s Petrojet FC in the past.
Dan Mule, chairman of AFC Leopards said: “Eric is an experienced striker and with him, we will have sharper forward line. The coaches believe he will perform and that is why we have signed him. We pray that he quickly the ground running.
Bekoe is the third Ghanaian to join the club in this transfer window after Isaac Oduro and Prince Arko.