Ivorian midfielder Serge Eric Zeze swiftly joins Raja Casablanca following Asante Kotoko exit

Published on: 20 June 2024

Ivorian midfielder Serge Eric Zeze has secured a new contract with Moroccan powerhouse Raja Casablanca, a mere 48 hours after his termination from Asante Kotoko.

This report comes courtesy of Oyerepa Sports, who have exclusively confirmed the news.

Zeze's abrupt departure from the Porcupine Warriors, following disciplinary actions, left many in shock. However, the midfielder has wasted no time in finding a new club, agreeing in principle to join Raja Casablanca. The deal is expected to be finalized upon his arrival in Morocco, with Zeze scheduled to fly to Casablanca tonight to complete the necessary paperwork.

Meanwhile, the Porcupine Warriors are looking ahead to the 2024/25 season, with a significant squad overhaul underway. The Ghana Premier League team has parted ways with eighteen players so far, with two more expected to leave. This follows a challenging season that saw the club finish in sixth place, without any silverware to show for their efforts.

Notable departures from the club include captain Danlad Ibrahim and George Mfegue. The complete list of players released by the Porcupine Warriors includes Samuel Asamoah, Nanabayin Amoah, Isahaku Fiseini, Rocky Dwamena, Richmond Opoku, Julius Ofori Ziggy, Shadrack Addo, Kalo Ouattara, Nicholas Osei Bonsu, Isaac Oppong, Augustine Agyapong, Nicholas Mensah, John Tedeku, Sherif Mohammed, George Mfegue, Serge Eric Zeze, Danlad Ibrahim, and Moise Pouaty.