Boateng, 24, who had a short stint with Ethiopian side Welwalo Adigrat University FC during last season, impressed Kotoko’s head coach Steve Polack and was awarded a contract after his two-week trial.
Boateng revealed that he is happy to land the opportunity and believes his hard works during the Ghalca G8 pre-season tournament have paid off.
“It’s a happy moment to be announced as the latest addition to such a big club. Many players will hope to have the same opportunity as I’ve been given by the club’s technical team and top hierarchy,” Boateng said.
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“My hard work during the early stages of the pre-season paid off but it’s not ending there. I have a lot to prove since the expectations are high. I will do my best and be a team player,” he added.
He will have to beat competitions from Sadick Adams, Obed Owusu, Yakubu Mohammed and Abass Mohammed before he can earn a starting role in Polack’s team.