Ghanaian giants Asante Kotoko have been dealt a severe blow in their pursuit of Medeama star Kwasi Donsu after the midfielder extended his contract until 2020.

The club announced on Tuesday the midfield maestro has penned a new one-year deal which will keep him at the club for a longer period.

The Medeama star  joined the Mauve and Yellows from Berekum Arsenals in 2013.

 

He has been a mainstay at the club since his switch, churning out remarkable performances for the two-time FA Cup winners.

Donsu has won two FA cup crowns and featured prominently as the club reached the group stage of the CAF Confederation Cup in 2016.

He netted 15 times for the Ghanaian giants, scoring 10 of those goals from dead ball situations two seasons ago.

The free kick expert has already scored seven goals this season to help the Tarkwa-based side earn top spot at the end of the first half of the season.

"I am delighted to have signed a new contract. Medeama is home and I'm happy to have committed my long-term future to the club. This is a club with great ambition and the management and fans have been extremely supportive.To be able to feature at the top level with this great club means a lot to me. I thank the fans for the continuous support." he told the club's official website.

Chief Executive James Essilfie confirmed the new deal on the club's official website.

"We are delighted to have renewed his contract and everybody is happy at the club. He has shown tremendous commitment and dedication and that excites us. We believe the new deal will spur him on to continue his fine performances for us.He has a great future with us." Chief Executive James Essilfie told medeamasc.com

 

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