Former Ghana youth international Sampson Agyapong has sealed a move to UAE Division One outfit Gulf United, becoming one of the club’s nine new signings aimed at fortifying their squad for the remainder of the season.

Agyapong, renowned for his performances at West African Football Academy (WAFA) in the Ghana Premier League, brings his promising talent to Gulf United as they seek to bolster their ranks amid a challenging campaign.

Gulf United took to social media to unveil their latest acquisitions, emphasizing their dedication to strengthening the team during the January transfer window. Agyapong’s arrival was particularly highlighted, with the club expressing optimism about his contributions in their fight against relegation.

This transfer marks a homecoming of sorts for the 21-year-old midfielder, who previously plied his trade for Al Ain U21 in the UAE.

Agyapong’s technical prowess and strategic vision are expected to be assets for Gulf United as they aim to secure crucial points in their bid to avoid relegation, with 13 games left in the season.

The club’s management has undertaken significant efforts to reinforce the squad, with Agyapong’s signing viewed as instrumental in bolstering the midfield and enhancing their attacking capabilities.