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Football | Ghana

Locals complete transfers



Two Ghanaian players who were given their debuts into the national team have completed their transfers. Masawudu Alhassan and Ben 'Aguero' Acheampong will now play for different clubs.

Alhassan's wait ends

The former Genoa player has finalized a move to join Udinese. Expected to the activated after the Yuletide, Masawudu's wait for a place in a top side ends, following a long spell of inactivity.

Alhassan was on loan from Genoa and at Novara, his displays caught the eye of the club where Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu is a key player.

The player was part of the Ghana squad that came fourth at the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea and would see his rights joined owned by Udinese and Genoa.

Now 20-year, Alhassan would hope that this auspicious move will get him better recognition and help him regain a slot at kleft-back with the Black Stars.

Ben Acheampong to leave

The compact striker will be at Angolan club Petro Atletico on a three-year deal. This will come as a relief for the 22 year old who has yearned for a move abroad for some time.

In August, Acheampong was not offered a deal by Swedish giants Helsingborg after six weeks of trials.

The former Wa All Stars player impressed on his first trial game for The Milk Cow which was against Sunderland during the pre-season, but suddenly slowed in form, rendering his impending deal dead.

He was an integral part of the Porcupine Warriors team that won the Ghana Glo Premiership last season and was also given a debut into the Black Stars in May before the 2014 World Cup qualifiers.



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