Ghanaian teenager Mordecai Boahene Zuhs has been handed a place in the Borussia Monchengladbach second team.
Boahene was one of the stand out players in the Monchenhladbach Under 19 side last season and he has now been promoted to Monchengladbach II in the fourth tier.
The 18-year-old left footed central defender was signed by Monchengladbach three seasons ago from Aachen and despite injuries he has risen to become one of the key players in the Borussia Monchengladbach youth team.
Boahene is the junior brother of former Asante Kotoko and Ghana under 20 midfielder Kwame Boahene.
He is eligible to play for both Ghana and Germany though he is yet to be capped.