Ghanaian side, Dreams Football Club have confirmed that they have signed midfielder Baki Mohammed Jiji Alifoe to strengthen their squad.
The Dawu-based club in the first round of the 2020/2021 Ghana Premier League season excelled but at a point lacked consistency.
Hoping to improve in the second round to stand a better chance of winning the league title, the club has taken advantage of the second transfer window to bolster their squad.
Today, the club has announced that they have signed a professional contract with midfielder Baki Mohammed Jiji Alifoe.
The player will hence be part of the Dreams FC first team in the second round of the Ghana Premier League season which is scheduled to start in April.
“Dreams Football Club is pleased to announce the signing of a professional contract with young midfielder Baki Mohammed Jiji Alifoe.
“The young baller dripping of talent is an offensive midfielder and will line up for the ‘Still Believe’ lads in matches as the league wears off,” parts of a communique on the website of Dreams FC said on Monday.
Dreams FC ended the first half of the Ghana Premier League in 6th position on the league table. The team is five points behind leaders Karela United and could mount a challenge for the title if they add consistency to their game.
Source: Modern Ghana