Dutch-born Ghanaian striker Kevin Luckassen has joined Romanian top-flight side FC Viitorul Constanța on a two year deal in the ongoing summer transfer window, SPORTSworldGhana.com can exclusively report.
The 27-year old striker who was born in Amsterdam to Ghanaian parents, joined Poli Iași at the beginning of this year, as a free agent, where he scored 5 goals in 17 matches.
He also provided two assists to his name.
The former Ross County striker put pen on paper to sign the two-year contract on Friday after completing his mandatory medical.
A product of one of the strongest Academies in the Netherlands, Kevin Luckassen played for the junior and youth teams at Alkmaar, and then for Ross County (Scotland), Slovan Liberec (Czech Republic), SKN Polten (Austria), Northampton (England) and Almere City in Holland.
Luckassen is the senior brother of Anderlecht defender Derrick Luckassen, Samuel Brobbey of Almere City and Ajax forward Brian Brobbey.