Inter Allies midfielder Richmond Lamptey have completed his move to Asante Kotoko in the ongoing transfer window.
The 24-year-old enjoyed a decent campaign last season despite Inter Allies’ relegation.
The Porcupines who endured a difficult campaign losing both the league and the MTN FA Cup titles to Hearts of Oak are in search of a replacement for top players who could leave the club ahead of next season.
However, the two-time African champions have secured the services of the enterprising midfielder on a three-year deal after passing his mandatory medical.
The attacking midfielder was instrumental in the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League season, scoring three goals in 27 matches with two assists and four MVP awards for Inter Allies.
He made headlines in the just ended season with his 40-yard thunderbolt strike against Hearts of Oak in the first round of the Ghana Premier League.
Lamptey left WAFA SC in 2018 to join Inter Allies on a free transfer before he was loaned out to Lebanese second-tier outfit Salam Zgharta.
He has a knack of scoring extraordinary goals from distance.
The Reds are expected to unveil their new signings in the coming days.