Bulgarian giants Ludogorets have completed the signing of Ghanaian striker Elvis Manu ahead of the next football season.
The club has been in talks to secure the services of the former Feyenoord forward and has finally gotten their man on the back of successful negotiations.
“Another new player joined Ludogorets. Elvis Manu is a Dutch player with Ghanaian origins. The contract has been signed and Manu passed all medical”, an official club statement on the website of the Bulgarian club has said.
Last season, the Dutch-born forward played for Beijing Renhe where he did himself good in the Chinese Super Lig.
The 27-year old is now set to open a new chapter in his career and will hope to enjoy a successful stint with the club.
At Ludogorets, he is joining compatriot Bernard Tekpetey who recently joined the Bulgarian outfit on a 2-year loan deal from German giants Schalke 04.
Elvis Manu is scheduled to commence training with his new teammates on Monday, August 17, after his unveiling at noon.