Malmo FF of Sweden have confirmed the acquisition of Ghana midfielder, Emmanuel Lomotey.
Newsbreak.ng reports that the 24-year-old Ghana international arrived at Malmo from French side Amiens SC. Earlier this week, he signed a contract with his new club until 2026.
In a piece of related news, former Celtic midfielder Simon Ferry has admitted he was left baffled with the transfer fee paid by English Premier League (EPL) outfit Southampton to sign Super Eagles midfielder Joe Aribo from Scottish giants Rangers.
After impressing for the Gers at Ibrox, the 26-year-old Nigeria international finally moved to sign a four-year contract with the Saints on July 9, 2022, for an initial £6 million fee.
“Joe Aribo’s £6m fee was more of a shock for me,” Ferry said.
“He can run box-to-box, he’s strong, can tackle and also scores and creates goals.
“But maybe, because he wasn’t as effective in the last three months of his Rangers career as he was in the first six months of the season, the price tag came down a little bit.”