Ghanaian enforcer Bismark Adjei-Boateng has signed a fresh contract with Finnish giants KuPs.
The initial one-year contract of the 26-year-ild midfielder ended on October 30 but he has now appended his signature to a fresh deal which will see him playing for the club up to November 2021.
Adjei-Boateng joined KuPs as a free agent in January this year after leaving MLS outfit Colorado Rapids and has so far become an integral part of the team.
He has made 25 domestic appearances for KuPs this season scoring four goals and has been dominant in their European campaign also.
Adjei-Boateng previously also featured for Manchester City, and Norwegian side Stroemsgodset.