Midfielder Richard Boadu has left the shores of Ghana to hold trials with Serbian powerhouse, Partizan Belgrade.
The 23-year-old left the shores of the West African country on Thursday with Turkish Airlines.
Boadu following his magnificent season with Medeama SC was expected to join Asante Kotoko in a four-year deal worth Gh¢100,000.
The combative midfielder was outstanding for the Yellow and Mauves during the absence of Justice Blay, having cemented the holding role.
The enterprsing midfielder made 24 league appearances, scoring a goal which came against Asante Kotoko in their Ghana Premier League match-week 21 in the just-ended campaign.
He also attracted interest from reigning Premier League champions Hearts of Oak.
Boadu is currently a member of the Black Stars 'B' team.
It is, however, unknown if Boadu will return to join the Porcupine Warriors ahead of the 2021/22 Ghana football season.