Ghanaian forward Kevin Luckassen has joined Dutch second-tier side Almere City, SportsworldGhana.com can report exclusively.
The former AZ Alkmaar striker who has been training with Michele Santoni side since last week, has signed a one-year contract with the club.
The pacey marksman excelled in a friendly match against Heracles Almelo where they lost 2-1 before finally signing him.
Kevin hails from a family of footballers as his brother Derrick plays for Dutch champions PSV Eindhoven while Brian and Samuel Brobbey play for Ajax and Jong Almere City respectively.
Luckassen 25, has previously featured for Ross County FC (Scotland), FC Slovan Liberec (Czech Republic), Sankt Pölten (Austria) and Northampton Town (England).
Kevin made his official debut as a professional footballer for AZ in a cup match against FC Groningen in 2011.
“After wandering abroad, Kevin joined Almere City FC to reboot his career . It is a strongly built and fast player, which is multifunctional in the forefront. ” said Technical director of Robert Maaskant Almere City.