Ghanaian winger Eric Ocansey has joined KV Kortrijk from fellow Belgian Pro League side Eupen.
Ocansey, 21, joined the Guys on a four-year deal after playing a total of 119 games for Eupen and scoring 16 goals and providing 10 assists.
KAS Eupen posted on their Twitter handle wishing the Ghanaian well as he begins another adventure.
“Eric Ocansey has quit KAS Eupen and joined Kortrijk. Thank you Eric and all the best in future,” the club stated.
Ocansey, who has previously played for Aspire Academy in Senegal is from a football family. He is the junior brother of former Great Olympics captain Michael Ocansey and also AC Horoya skipper Mandela Ocansey.
By Edmund Okai Gyimah, Daily Mail GH