Former Black Starlets enforcer Charles Boateng has signed a new two-year deal with French third-tier side US Avranches.
Boateng, 30, appended his signature to the fresh deal over the weekend and he is expected to play a vital role in their quest for Ligue 2 promotion.
Currently, Boateng who is the skipper of the team is in his eighth season with them and he is their longest-serving player having made 184 league appearances, scoring fifteen goals and providing eight assists.
The experienced defensive midfielder moved to Dijon in France during the summer of 2008 from Nania FC and subsequently signed for FC Rouen in 2011 before being snapped up by his current club on January 1, 2012.
He was the deputy skipper of the 2005 Black Starlets team which failed to get to the second round of the Under 17 World Cup in Peru.
Boateng played 24 National League games this season scoring six goals and assisting four before the competition came to an end because of the Coronavirus pandemic.
He is inline to be also named as his club’s best player for the year