Ghanaian striker Raphael Dwamena has joined Danish outfit Vejle Boldklub from Levante.
Dwamena signed a 3-year-contract with the newly promoted Danish side for an undisclosed fee.
“Levante UD and Denmark’s Vejle Boldklub have reached an agreement for the transfer of Raphael Dwamena”, an official statement from Levante said.
The statement added: “From Levante UD we want to thank you for your work and professionalism, as well as wish you the best of success both professionally and personally”.
Dwamena has had a torrid past year, whiles playing for Real Zaragoza on loan from Levante, he was ruled out of football indefinitely due to heart conditions, but after receiving treatment, the Ghanaian international is back to continue from where he left off.
“I have been shown a project that has already proved strong in just a few years.”, Dwamena said after sealing his move.
“That project and the club’s big mission to ensure survival in the 3F Super League I will and can contribute to. I come to the club in good physical condition and look forward to getting to know my new teammates”.
He also indicated his readiness to make a difference at his new club, Vejle Boldklub.
“I want to show the club’s fans that I come with the clear ambition to make a difference and make an impression. At the same time, during my first visit, I experienced a beautiful city, where the surroundings must be some of the most beautiful in this country. I look forward to giving my best and all for the club”, Dwamena added.
Raphael Dwamena previously played for Red Bull Ghana, Liefering , Austria Lustenau, FC Zürich, Levante and Zaragoza.
Dwamena has capped eight times for the senior national team of Ghana with two goals to his credit.
The 24-year-old will wear the jersey number 8 at his new club.