With just a little over a week to the end of the summer transfer window in most countries, Times Sport takes a look at the the five biggest transfers involving Ghanaian players so far
The Ghanaian striker was a hot shot in Turkey after his seven league goals last season and Hull City beat off competition from all the big clubs in Turkey to sign him.
The “Tigers” paid Yeni Malatyaspor 7 Million Pounds to sign Tetteh
-Daniel Kofi Kyereh
Going into the summer transfer window, Kyereh was the most sought after Ghanaian player as he popped up on the radar of five clubs including Borussia Monchengladbach and Weeder Bremen.
After a long tussle, Freiburg secured his signature as they paid St. Pauli a fee in the region of 7 Million Euros.
The talented winger played on loan at Nantes last season and helped them to win the French Cup.
His four goals in the league caught the attention of Red Star Belgrade who paid Gent 2 Million Euros to sign him on a three-year deal
After impressing in post with the Black Stars where he helped the country to secure 2022 world cup qualification, Wollacott needed that uplifting as the English fourth tier league where he played for Swindon was below his level
Charlton came calling after they signed Wollacott former manager and the player moved there for for a fee for around 700,000 Pounds.
The youngster impressed greatly as FC Nordsjaelland and was destined to leave the club.
Portuguese side Vitoria Guimaraes who had noticed his huge potential paid Nordsjaelland an amount of 500,000 Euros to sign the budding guardsman.
Another product of FC Nordsjaelland who moved out this summer.
The budding talent was also snapped up by Belgian Jupiler Pro League side Cercle Brugge for 500,000 Euros to strengthen their team.