Ghanaian youngster Kofi Amoako Atta has penned his first professional contract with Turkish Club Bursaspor, Ghanasportsonline.com can reveal.
The 20-year-old was announced as the Club’s new signing on Wednesday.
The young midfielder has been with the Turkish Club since 2016 but has officially signed his first professional contract.
He has been playing with the Bursaspor youth team for the past one year but will be drafted into the first senior team having signed the deal.
He joins Ghana international Emmanuel Agyamang Badu who also moved to the Super Lig Club after seven years with Italian serie A side Udinese.
Amoako played for Ghanaian lower-division side Crystal Palace in Akosombo before moving to Turkey.
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— Bursaspor (@BursasporSk) September 6, 2017
By Frank Darkwah