Ghanaian sensation Mohammed Lamine, has completed his move to Slovakian club AS Trencin from Ghana National Division One side Accra Lions FC.
The 18-year old was one of the outstanding players in the first round of the Ghanaian second-tier league before the competition was suspended.
The Stadion Na Sihoti outfit officially announced the signing of Lamine on their website and hoped he will excel in their fold.
“Lamine is an offensive type of player, he is a good player, he does not care about the competition, we believe he will be among the top players of our team in the future.” Club PRO Martin Galajda stated.
“Is a great opportunity for him to hone his talent and for us also,”
He is the second Ghanaian player in the team with the other one being his former Accra Lions colleague Osman Bukari.
ALFC are proud to confirm the transfer of our player Mohammed Lamine to Slovakian top-flight club @astrencin. Mohammed, an 18-year-old midfielder, will play alongside Osman Bukari, another former ALFC starlet, who joined the club in July 2018. All the best, Mohammed!#accralions pic.twitter.com/qKccUHXHwt
— Accra Lions F.C. (@AccraLionsFC) November 15, 2018