The Yellow and Mauve have announced the capturing of their former forward ahead of the upcoming campaign after three seasons away
Former Asante Kotoko forward Abass Mohammed has rejoined Medeama in a two-year deal as a free agent ahead of the start of 2020-21 Ghana Premier League season, the club has confirmed.
The 27-year-old, who until recently was in the books of Nigerian giants Enyimba FC, arrived in Tarkwa on Wednesday and passed his medical before he was introduced to the first team and technical bench.
Abass became a household name for Medeama between 2014 and 2017 when he helped the club to win Ghana FA Cup and reached the group stage of Caf Confederation Cup.
“I look forward to working with a crop of talented players to ensure we achieve our set goals,” an excited Abass told the club’s website.
” I want to achieve all of the goals, win as many trophies as possible to position the club on the global map.
“This is home and I can’t wait to start repaying the confidence on the pitch.”
Meanwhile, Medeama coach Samuel Boadu was full of praise after Abass was introduced to him and the rest of the technical team
“Abass is a fantastic player and a top professional and we are very happy to have him here with us,” Boadu said.
“He understands the philosophy of this great club and will be a huge asset for us.
“I am happy he has returned to Medeama to contribute significantly to the drive, ambition and passion of the club. We look forward to an exciting time with him and others in the upcoming season. We are delighted to be able to add his versatility and quality to the squad before the season starts.”
Abbas may make his League debut on November 15 when Medeama face Great Olympics on opening day.