Ghana defender Daniel Opare has revealed he decided to the join Belgian side Royal Antwerp because of the club’s project.
The Ghanaian joined Royla Antwerp as a free agent after his contract with Augsburg was terminated.
“I have full confidence in the project of Royal Antwerp and the plans of the club management,” Opare was quoted as saying on Royal Antwerp’s website.
The former FIFA U-20 World Cup winner previously played for Standard Liege in Belgium where he excelled.
Opare was a member of Ghana’s team at the World Cup in Brazil four years ago and the move to Antwerp is likely to see him gain more play time which could convince the technical handlers of the national team.