Ghanaian youngster Matthew Anin-Cudjoe, says he’s ready for the new challenge at Scottish club Dundee United after joining them from Young Apostles FC in Ghana.
The 18-year-old forward-thinking midfielder joins the Terrors from Ghanaian side Young Apostles, having previously trained with Bayern Munich amid interest from a host of European clubs.
In March 2021, he helped his country lift the U20 African Cup of Nations – playing in all six games throughout the tournament, including the final – in which the Black Stars defeated Uganda U20 2-0.
AM READY FOR THE NEW CHALLENGE…..AGYA NA W) TUMI pic.twitter.com/1is2Tr6Zsd
— Mathew Anim Cudjoe (@CudjoeAnim) December 2, 2021
The Ghana Black Satellites winger previously played for Asante Kotoko as well as Legon Cities all on loan.
He becomes the second Ghanaian player to feature for Dundee after Prince Abankwah Buaben.