Caleb Amankwah has confirmed his move to Ghana Premier League Champions Aduana Stars after the right-back officially inked a three - year deal with the Dormaa-based Club.
Amankwah featured in almost every game for West African Football Academy (WAFA) last season and contributed greatly to the success of the Sogakope-based side where he helped them finish second with 51 points.
In an interview on SilverFM's evening sports show 'SilverExclusives' hosted by Anane 'The Defender' , the highly rated right-back affirmed that " reports on a move to Aduana is all true and I thank God for such a step in my football career"
"I penned a three year deal with Aduana Stars and it is worth it since the team expressed interest in me since last two seasons"
He becomes the third signing for the Dormaa-based side club after Hafiz Adams and Justice Anane who joined them last week.
Caleb made an assertion that every player must always be prepared for any challenge that comes his way to become a star.
"As a young footballer in Ghana, the most crucial point in your career is to be ready for challenges ahead so that one can move from one stage to the other"
He expressed his gratitude to the management and supporters of the Dormaa-based GPL side, assuring the club of a positive campaign in the forthcoming competitions.
The ‘Ogyaa Boys’ will represent Ghana in next year’s CAF Champions League where they battle Libyan side Al Tahaddy in the preliminary round qualifier.
The Champions will play their first leg in between the weekends of 9-11 of February 2018.
The Champions will play their first leg in between the weekends of 9-11 of February 2018.It is the second appearance of Aduana Stars in the CAF Champions League and are still active in the ongoing transfer business to bolster its squad ahead of next season’s title challenge.