Ghanaian footballer, Kwadwo Asamoah has joined Italian side, Cagliari.
The former Juventus and Udinese star joins the Islanders as a free agent on a short-term deal – till the end of the year.
He had been without a club since mutually parting ways with Inter Milan in October last year, per goal.
“Cagliari Calcio announces that it has acquired the signing of Kwadwo Asamoah: The player has signed a contract that binds him to the club until the end of the current season. Asamoah combines flair, power and speed. Particularly flexible, thanks to his qualities he can play both the role of a defensive back and as a midfielder, out wide or central, making himself precious both at tackling and pushing forward, reads a statement by Cagliari on its official website.
“Temper and dynamism: as he played 270 games in Serie A, he is the African player – along as Sulley Muntari – who collected the most appearances in the top flight in the era of three point to victory. A player of big depth arrives to play for the Rossoblu, he will be able to put available all his skills and experience at the highest levels to the team. Welcome to Cagliari, Kwadwo!”
Asamoah is a six-time winner of Serie A, claiming the honours during his six-year stay with Juventus between 2012 and 2018. He also won the Coppa Italia title on four occasions and the Italian Super Cup three times.
He joined Juve from Udinese, with whom he spent four years, and left for Inter in 2018. He spent two years with the team helping the club finish as runners-up in the Europa League last year.
At international level, he has featured in five editions of the continental showpiece with the Black Stars, in addition to playing at the 2010 and 2014 World Cup tournaments.