Medeama Sporting Club have completed the signing of Michael Enu from Bibiani Goldstars.
The midfielder joins the Yellow and Mauve on a free transfer from the miners and has signed a three-year permanent contract with Medeama.
The 26-year old midfielder featured in 29 games for Bibiani Goldstars last season. He scored three goals and won two Man of the Match Awards. This season, he made only three appearances for Goldstars.
Speaking after securing the move, the midfielder expressed his joy for joining the club and what he is expecting to achieve at his new home.
“This is a fantastic move for me and I can’t wait to get started in Tarkwa,” he told medeamasc.org
“I worked under assistant coach Nana Amankwah during my stint at Bibiani Gold Stars and so integrating into the team will be much easier.
“I am aware of the huge pedigree of this great club and the expectations ahead. Medeama is the best footballing side in Ghana at the moment and I’m eager to add to their rising stock.
“To be part of this great club is great for me and my career.”
Head Coach Evans Adotey revealed why the club signed the former Asantigold and Liberty Professionals player.
“Michael is a great footballer who will bring a lot to the table. His versatility will be crucial as we fight on all fronts this season. I am very happy that he has takrn the decision to join us and wish him well. He has the tactical and technical qualities we are looking for in a midfielder.” He said.
Michael Enu has been named in the 20-man squad to face Bibiani Goldstars in match day 16 of the Ghana Premier League.