By Patrick Akoto
Ghanaian midfielder Enoch Adu Kofi has signed a three-year contract extension with Danish champions Nordsjaelland, GHANAsoccernet.com can exclusively reveal.
The 21-year-old penned the deal on Thursday to end the growing speculation over his future.
“I am very pleased that we have another important contract extension in place. Adu is one of the team’s backers and a player who always deliver stable and continues to evolve,” Nordsjaelland Sporting Director Jan Laursen told the club’s official website
“He and we have been through a great course where he has helped from day 1.
“He has helped us to win both the DM and Cup and is also part of the team for the next major tasks in the Champions League and the Danish tournaments.
“It is a good day for FC Nordsjaelland.”
The former OGC Nice enforcer was finally delighted to have finally sorted out his long-term future at the club.
“I am happy to play in FC Nordsjaelland and proud that we could extend the contract.” Adu said
“We have many great and exciting matches ahead of us and I am looking forward to it.
“I’ve had two good years in FC Nordsjaelland and I hope that we will even be beter as a team and as players.”
The Dynamo Kiev target is expected to play an influential role for the Whites Blues in their debut appearance in the Uefa Champions League this season where they have been drawn in a tough group which has European champions Chelsea, Italian champions Juventus and Shakhtar Donetsk.
The Farum-based side will begin their campaign at Ukrainian champions Shakhtar Donetsk on September 19.