Ghanaian defender Abasa Aremeyaw is a 'promising' young player - Philadelphia Union Sporting Director Tanner

Published on: 05 August 2022

Philadelphia Union Sporting Director Abasa Aremeyaw has lauded the signing of Ghanaian defender Abasa Aremeyaw on a free transfer. 

The 18-year-old joins the Major League Soccer side on a two and a half-year contract with an option for a third and fourth year.

Aremeyaw will be added to the Union’s active roster following receipt of his International Transfer Certificate and P1 Visa and will occupy an international roster slot.

"Abasa is a promising young player who has the physique and skill to develop into a contributor in our back line," said Philadelphia Union Sporting Director, Ernst Tanner as quoted by the official website.

"His demonstrated ability to make an impact on set plays, combined with his speed and agility, makes him a good fit in the strong defensive system we have built. We look forward to integrating him into the team."

He recently playing in 2. Liga, Slovakia’s second-tier league, where he played for MSK Zilina B, making seven appearances.

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