Ghanaian midfield anchor Kwame Bonsu has signed a four-year deal with Tunisian giants Esperance from Ghanaian champions Kotoko.
The talented enforcer appended his signature to the deal on Wednesday night after passing his medicals in a private hospital in Tunis.
Both parties have failed to disclosed the money involved but Dailymailgh.com understands the Tunisians paid not less than $50,000 for the services of Bonsu.
The midfielder arrived at Kotoko last year after a sojourn in Sweden and quickly established himself as the engine of the Porcupine Warriors during the CAF Confederations Cup campaign.
At Esperance, Bonsu is expected to fill the void left by Cameroonian Franck Kom who has moved to Al Rayyan in Qatar.
By Edmund Okai Gyimah, Daily Mail GH