Ex Hearts of Oak defender, Karim Alhassan has completed his move to Sudanese giant Al Marreikh on a year deal.
Karim after returning from an unsuccessful spell with Serbian second-tier side, FK Radnicki signed for Ghana premier league side Liberty Professionals but failed to command a starting spot in last season’s league.
The former U-20 captain on Monday completed his move to the newly crowned Sudanese side Al Marreikh and he will be playing alongside Augustine Okrah and Francis Coffie.
Karim now joins a list of Ghanaian superstars, following the arrivals of Abeilku Ainooson, Kennedy Ashia and according to sources close to Allsports.com.gh more Ghanaian players will be on the plane to the North African country.
Karim Alhassan after leaving Hearts of Oak in 2011 signed three year deal with Zamalek but he was offloaded by the Egyptian giants in only six months in his contract.
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