Ghana Premier League side Inter Allies have unveiled new signing Victorien Adebayor, who joined the club on Monday.
The Nigerien star joined the club from AS GNN on a three year deal and will stay at the club until 2020.
Victorien Adje Adebayor has completed his move to Inter Allies after successfully passing his medical.
The talented footballer arrived in the country on Monday afternoon and completed his switch after agreeing terms last week.
He was assisted by the General Manager of his former team, AS GNN, Adamou Siddo and Adebayor is now a full member of the Capelli Boys.
Vice President of Inter Allies Delali Eric Senaye said: “It has been a long journey to get here but we’re very happy and the player is also looking forward to continue his career with us.”
Adebayor will meet his new teammates from the 27th of December 2017 when the entire team resume from the festive break for the preseason training.
The Niger forward was one of the star at the West Africa Football Union Champions played in Ghana in September, helping his country to a semi final finish where they lost to the host.
The 21 year old made the team of the competition following his explosive performances in the competition.
He now joins Michael Otou, Nigerian import Afeez Aremu Olalekan and Samuel Armah as the clubs new signings.