Kumasi Asante Kotoko have announced the signing of Solomon Sarfo Taylor in the ongoing transfer window.
Taylor joined the Ghana Premier League giants on a three-and-half year deal after passing a mandatory medical test earlier today.
The club’s official statement reads “Solomon Sarfo Taylor is a Porcupine Warrior. The lethal forward joins us on a three-and-a-half-year deal.”
The former Karela United goal poacher has joined Asante Kotoko as a replacement for Kwame Opoku who has left the club to join Algerian giants USM Alger
The 23-year-old returned to the country after an unsuccessful spell at Danish second-tier club Vendsyssel FF and has been unattached since January 2020.
His four-year deal with the Danish club was terminated by mutual consent after scoring only one goal in his six appearances.
Before moving to Vendsyssel FF, Sarfo Taylor slipped through a move to Asante Kotoko after reaching an agreement with the club over a possible switch from Karela United which he later re-funded the Kumasi-based club their money.
Sarfo Taylor scored five goals in the 2019 GFA Normalization Committee Special Competition and also earned a call-up to the Ghana U23 team under Coach Ibrahim Tanko
Source: Modern Ghana