Spainish Segunda Division side CD Mirandes have completed the signing of Ghanaian winger Ernest Hemeng.
The 22 year-old left footed player joined the Red on a two year deal after passing his medicals on Friday.
The club communicated the development via their Twitter handle, “The Sports Club Mirandés and Ernest Ohemeng have reached an agreement for the African footballer to play the next two seasons in the red set. Ohemeng arrives at the discipline of C.D. Mirandés from Moreirense F.C., the Portuguese First Division team, although last season was on loan at F.C. Academica.”
“Ernest Ohemeng (Ghana, 1996) is a young player trained in Portugal, where he has been progressing in his professional career. Extreme left-handed very technical, Ohemeng is a football player with capacity to face and dangerous in the one against one, who can play in addition to changed band. Formed in the U19 team of Rio Ave FC, Ernest Ohemeng soon made the leap to the first team with whom he made his debut with only 17 years old in the 2013/14 season. After his time in the Club that saw him grow, the player signed for the Moreirense FC in the 2015/16 season in search of minutes in the premier category of Portuguese football and, with 19 years, played 19 games in the first year with his new team. The last two campaigns, Ohemeng has excelled in his two transfers in the second Portuguese division, first in the Académica Coimbra and this past season in FC Arouca, with almost 50 matches played in those last two years, It is spoken of: CD Mirandes, Ernest Ohemeng transfer season 2018/2019.”
The former Cheetah FC and Asokwa Deportivo youngster missed out of the Ghana Black Satellites for the FIFA World U-20 Men’s Championship in New Zealand in 2015.