Ghanaian striker, Patrick Twumasi says he’s excited about his dream move to play in Germany after joining Bundesliga 2 side Hannover 96.
The former SC Astana hits man signed a three year deal with the German second tier side after ending his stay with Turkish side Gazisehir Gaziantep.
Patrick Twumasi: “I’m really happy to be here”. I’ve always dreamed of playing in Germany and I’m happy to be part of Hannover 96 now.”
Twumasi moved from his home club Red Bull Ghana and joined Latvian club FK Spartaks J Rmala, and in Russia for Amkar Perm in the Premjer League.
The Ghana International shot to the limelight during his stay at Kazakhstan club FC Astana, where he won five championship titles.
The fox-in-the-box attacker scored 45 goals and 19 assists in 107 Premier League matches for the Kazakh team.
At Astana the 26-year-old forward also played in the Champions League (twice) and Europa League (14 times).
Twumasi played a total of eleven games for Deportivo Alaves in the 2018/19 season – mostly as a right-winger.
Twumasi has two caps for the Ghana senior national team so far, and could be given more opportunity in the National Team should he deliver the goods for Hannover 96 this season.
Twumasi played 26 times for Turkish side Gazisehir Gaziantep on loan from Spanish side Deportivo Alaves CAD and found the back of the net six times in the Super Lig.