Amed Toure penned a two-year deal with Medeama SC after passing a mandatory medical at the Health Plus medical facility. Amed Toure arrived in Ghana on Sunday from Guinea.
The 33-year-old was without a club after ending his short spell at AS Kaloum last December. The new signing of the Ghana League Club is happy to return home after completing a move to the club as a free agent.
“I am extremely happy to return to a place I call home – Ghana again. And I look forward to my time in Tarkwa.” The Burkinabe international told medeamasc.com.
“Medeama is fast growing brand. And I have been impressed with the project they are embarking on. He continued.
“I want to be part history and so will contribute my quota to the success of the team.”
“The love and warmth shown me since arriving has been phenomenal. And hope we can make the fans happy. Its great to be among a fantastic group of players. And we’ll continue to fight for this great club.” He added.
He has previously played for clubs in Ghana such as Asante Kotoko, Bechem United and Kessben FC (now Medeama SC).
Toure will have to wait a little longer to start his Medeama career as the second transfer window opens next month.
He is hugely regarded as the man to help turn things around in the final third after the club huffed and puffed since the start of the 2020-21 season.