Israeli giants Hapoel Tel Aviv have completed the signing of Ghanaian midfielder Emmanuel Boateng from Aduana Stars.
Boateng, 21, penned a contract with the Red Demons after completing the formalities on Monday.
The youngster joined The Ogya lads in January from West Africa Football Academy (WAFA) and was part of the team that featured in this year’s CAF Champions League and subsequently in the Confederation Cup.
He was offered the contract after passing a one-week trial.
Boateng becomes the second player to leave Aduana Stars this term following the move of Derrick Sasraku to Tunisian giants Club Africain.