Ghana U23 defender Kingsley Fobi joins Club Recreativo Granada

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Spanish outfit Club Recreativo Granada have completed the signing of Ghanaian defender Kingsley Fobi from Watford.

The right back joins Club Recreativo Granada on a 2-year loan deal with an option tovextend for another year.

“I could not be happier to sign to Granada and continue my career with a fantastic club that is now my family❤️🤍Granada is a club with rich history and fantastic fans, and I can not wait to step on the field and begin to fight for the badge. Tumi nyinaara hye ni nsa 🙏🏾 #kf🚀”, Fobi wrote on Twitter after sealing the move.

Fobi spent last season on loan at CD Badajoz, a team in group IV of Second Division B. He featured in 11 games for the club, scored two goals and gave an assist.

He as well put in excellent performances in the Copa del Rey, scoring against Éibar in the 3rd round of the competition.

Fobi began his career at the Right To Dream Academy in Ghana. From there he went to the lower categories of Granada, where he played for just a season.

In the last three seasons, he has played for Second Division B sides SD Formentera, CD Ibiza and Badajoz, making 58 appearances, scoring three goals, and registering one assist for a total of 3,701 minutes.

The 21-year-old was a member of the Black Satellites team that participated at the FIFA U-20 World Cup in 2015 in New Zealand and also the U-23 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt last year.

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