Ghanaian prodigy Percious Boah has made his return to the Ghana Premier League, having signed a two-year contract with Bechem United in preparation for the upcoming 2023/24 season.
The 20-year-old has decided to come back to Ghana following an unsuccessful stint with Tunisian giants Esperance de Tunis. He initially joined Esperance in August 2021, transferring from Dreams FC in a deal worth $250,000.
During his time with the Gold and Bloods, the young forward encountered difficulties in securing regular playing time and was subsequently loaned to CS Hammam-Lif, which also proved to be an unsuccessful experience.
Bechem United has bolstered their squad with additional signings, including defender Osei Kuffour, Augustine Okrah, and other promising talents, as they aim to build a formidable team for the upcoming season.
Percious Boah had previously played a pivotal role in the Black Satellites squad that achieved a remarkable double by winning the WAFU Zone B and the CAF U-20 Cup of Nations titles in 2021.