Polish giant Wisla Krakow have announced the signing of Ghanaian forward Yaw Yeboah on a three-year deal.
Yeboah’s contract with the White Star will be in force until 2023.
Yeboah moved to England to train under the supervision of Manchester City Academy coaches. The 2015/2016 season brought the midfielder’s first-time transfer to French side LOSC Lille. A year later, Yeboah swapped France for the Netherlands, joining FC Twente Enschede.
At FC Twente, he played 27 matches and scored two goals with one assist.
The Ghana U23 captain later moved to Spain where he spent three seasons, Real Oviedo, CD Numancia and Celta Vigo B.
At Real, Oviedo he scored 21 matches and made 34 appearances for CD Numanca.
He also made 20 caps for Celty Vigo’s reserve team, scoring 5 goals.
The new acquisition of the White Star is also a representative of the senior national team of Ghana. Before that, he was given a chance to appear in the U-23 and U-20 squad.