Ghanaian international, Daniel Lomotey on Wednesday trained for the first time at his new club ES Setif.
The prolific striker in January sealed a move to the Algerian club from Ghana Premier League outfit West Africa Football Academy (WAFA).
Before that though, he had traveled to Tunisia where he was set to join top-flight club AS Soliman.
As a result of a better offer from ES Setif, Daniel Lomotey and his representatives opted to join the Algerian side instead.
Having settled at the new club in the past week, the young striker has now started individual training. He made strides today and expected to join his teammates in intensified training sessions in the upcoming days.
Before leaving WAFA SC, Daniel Lomotey scored 8 goals in the Ghana Premier League and was in the race for the golden boot award.
He will hope to maintain his form at ES Setif to help the team win laurels during his stay in Algeria.
Source: Modern Ghana