DORMAA-BASED Aduana Stars striker, Derrick Sasraku, yesterday signed a three-year renewable contract with Club Africain of Tunisia after successfully passing his medical examination.
According to a release from Aduana’s Communication Officer, Mr Evan Oppong, alias Maestro, the 24-year old player expressed delight after completing his move to the North African side.
“I am very happy to sign my first professional contract outside Ghana. I am very happy to be here”, he said.
Sasraku thanked Aduana Stars for offering him the platform to exhibit his talent, saying: “I am leaving a great club to join another big club. It was an honour for me to wear the yellow and green colours of Aduana Stars”, he was quoted to have said after penning his signature for Club Africain.
He thanked the Omanhene of the Dormaa Traditional Area, Osagyefo Oseadeeyo Agyeman Badu II, owner and bankroller of Aduana Stars, coaches, management, colleague players and the vociferous Ogya supporters who supported him during his days with the club.
Derrick Sasraku undergoing medicals at his new club
He is expected to wear the number nine jersey in his new club.
Meanwhile, Aduana Stars have expressed gratitude to the player for his services to the club.
“We enjoyed working together and wish you the best”, the club noted.
Sasraku became a sought-after player because of his exploits with Aduana, with some local and foreign clubs, including Slovakian giant, Zelina, chasing him for his signature.
Derrick Sasraku (middle) with officials of his new club