Dutch-born Ghanaian forward Elton Acolatse has signed a four-year deal with Israeli topflight side Hapoel Beersheva after a successful loan deal, SPORTSworldGhana.com can exclusively report.
Acolatse, 24 joined Beersheva on loan from Belgian Jupiler League outfit Sint Truiden in February this year and made seven appearances in all competitions scoring four goals before football was suspended in Israel due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Acolatse appended his signature to a four-year deal with the Camels after Beersheva had paid a transfer fee of 500,000 Euros to Sint Truiden.
The nimble footed forward can operate on both flanks as well as a central striker with his speed and quick-feet being his greatest asset.
Born in Amsterdam, Acolatse went through all the age groups at Ajax before leaving in 2016 for Belgian club Westerlo where he excelled greatly and got a mega move to giants Club Brugge just after one season.
He has featured for the Under 17, 19 and 20 national teams of the Netherlands but is still eligible to represent Ghana at senior level.