Ghanaian winger Ernest Ohemeng has pledged to give out his best performance for new club Salamanca UDS in the 2002/20 season.
Ohemeng joined the Black and White lads in the ongoing summer transfer window after parting ways with CD Mirandes following the expiration of his contract.
He made 11 appearances for CD Mirandes last season, having joined them on a free transfer in 2018 after leaving Portuguese side Moreirense FC.
”Mirandés is a good team, but there things didn’t go well for me. I’m a footballer and I had to think about my future, Salamanca is a good opportunity for me. I trust that everything will go well here, ” Ohemeng told the club’s website.
”I am very prepared, I am here to work and help the team. Everyone wants to play and from the first day the coach has told us that if we train well, we will play.
”I want to play and for that I have to work. Everyone in the team is working well, in training and stuff.” Ohemeng concluded.
The 24-year-old has previously played for Ghanaian side Cheetah FC, Moreirense, Rio Ave, Moreirense, Académica, FC Arouca and CD Mirandés.