Ghana midfielder Anthony Annan has finalized a move to Finnish outfit TPS Turku.

Annan joins the Finnish second-tier side on a one-year deal with the option to extend for another year.

The petit midfielder had been without a club since leaving fellow Finnish club Inter Turku in January, having made just two appearances for the side.

TPS Turku becomes the 35-year-old’s third club in Finland.

He previously played for HJK in the topflight league where he won three titles in a two separate spells.

The former Hearts of Oak player is best remembered for his exploits for the Ghana national team at the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.

He was a key figure in the Black Stars side that reached the quarterfinals at the mundial.

Annan has amassed 67 caps for Ghana since making his debut against Brazil in 2007 at the Råsunda Stadium, Stockholm, Sweden when Ghana lost 0–1.

In 2020 Annan expressed his readiness to play for the Ghana Black Stars despite staying home for sometime.

source: GhanaSoccernet

By Isaac

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