Director of Football Affairs at Dutch club, AZ Alkmaar, Max Huiberts has hailed the capture of Ghana midfielder, Kamal Sowah.
The Eredivisie outfit have roped in the services of the 22-year-old midfielder on loan for the rest of the 2021/22 league season from Belgium Jupiler Pro League. Max Huiberts told the club’s website: “We have looked carefully at an offensive reinforcement.
“Kamal fits the profile we envisioned, with his speed and depth. In addition, it can be used in multiple positions. “With the addition of Kamal to our roster and the definitive transfer of Yusuf Barasi and Ernest Poku, we are ready to continue our chosen path in the second half of the season.” Max Huiberts said.
Kamal Sowah left Right to Dream Academy of Ghana to English club, Leicester City in where he secured a deal after successful trials in 2018.
He will spend time on loan at the club’s feeder side, OH Leuven for one-and-a-half season in Belgium where his talent caught the eyes of fellow top flight side, Club Brugge which signed him on permanent basis ahead of the 2021/22 season.
He has struggled to get minutes despite a fine start to the season and an impressive UEFA Champions League outing last term where he played five games.
Prior to joining AZ on loan, he had played 9 games, providing one assist with no goals to his credit. Sowah has been sought after by the Black Stars of Ghana but is yet to fully commit his future to the four time African champions.