Ghana Premier League side Medeama SC have handed a two-year contract extension to defender Ali Ouattara ahead of the start of the 2020/21 season.
‘‘Medeama is delighted to announce that Ali Ouattara has signed a new contract, which will keep at the club until 2022,” the club announced.
Ouattara joined the Mauve and Yellows on an initial two-year deal from Real Tamale United in 2018.
He has now committed his future to the Tarkwa-based side until 2022.
Ouattara has been a key cog of the member squad since he joined, playing a significant role in the past two years.
A regular at centre-back, the Ghana Under-23 defender, is expected to continue to be an important player for the side.
Ali Ouattara told the club’s official website: “I am really delighted to have signed a new contract with Medeama. I am very happy here and want to continue with my career here. I have learned a lot throughout my two years here.The coach, backroom staff and my teammates want to repay the trust the club has shown in me. I know that everyone at the club is working really hard every day to achieve success in the coming years and I am really excited to be a part of that.”
Head coach Samuel Boadu: Ali has had an excellent two years with us and we are delighted that he has signed a new contract. The deal is a testament to his hard work and progress that he has made since joining us. He has fantastic attributes required to stay at the top. We look forward to working with him in the coming season.”