Black star striker Antoine Semenyo has joined the English Premier League side Bournemouth from Bristol City deal valid until June 2027 after two bids were rejected.
A fee of £9m plus add-ons has been paid to Bristol City for the striker.
Person terms on the player side have been agreed and the player is happy to join his new team as quickly as possible.
“I can confirm that. But the driver of those types of situations are two clubs agreeing a fee. That’s happened now. The club at some point will disclose what that is, but not today. He’s been given permission to speak to the club and obviously there would be an opportunity for a medical etcetera. So that’s where we are with that.
“No real further comments on at the moment. The most important factor to recognise at the moment is a fee has been agreed between the two clubs, so now there are other factors to wait to see how they go. One being a medical and one being agreeing personal terms.” Bristol City coach Nigel Pearson confirmed
Antoine Semenyo has finished his medicals with his new club and waiting for the team to unveil him to his new fans.
Antoine Semenyo was among the 25-man squad that represented Ghana in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. The player was involved in 20 goals and 22 assists for Bristol City.