Black Star defender Jonathan Mensah has joined his teammates at Columbus Crew,charging them to “do work” ahead of new the MLS season.
The 2018 MLS season will kick off in March, with Colombus Crew facing a fresh charge against defending Champions Toronto FC.
“That feeling when you see your brother @alexcrognale after the Christmas break. Great to be back with the boys. Let’s do work boys,”Mensah posted in his social media page.
The 27 year old,who who arrived in the US on Wednesday, is the second-highest paid player at MLS side
Mensah is in his second season with the American outfit after joining them from Russian club Anzhi Makhachkala.
Jonathan joined Free State Stars in the 2008 off-season and was signed from top Ghanaian side Ashanti Gold.
Mensah moved to Europe after the 2010 World Cup, signing with Udinese, who loaned him to Spanish club Granada before he was sold to French side Evian, where he spent the next four years.