Transfers 16 August 2020

An experienced Dutch player joined Ludogorets

Another new player joined Ludogorets. Elvis Manu is a Dutch player with Ghanaian origins. The contract has been signed and Manu passed all medical...

Another new player joined Ludogorets. Elvis Manu is a Dutch player with Ghanaian origins. The contract has been signed and Manu passed all medical and physical examinations. He will join the club’s training regime next week after his official introduction on August 17th (Monday) at noon.

Manu is very experienced: he was part of Feyenoord between 2012 and 2015. He was transferred to Brighton and Huddersfield after that before he returned to his homeland to join Go Ahead Eagles. The midfielder became a part of Gencerbirgili in 2017 and later joined another Turkish team – Akhisar Belediespor. The last team Manu played for was the Chinese Peking Rene.

The Dordrecht-born player was included in three different national football team formations.

Manu is the fourth player to join the club after Santana, Tekpetey, and Marin.

CAREER

2012-15 Feyenoord 33/8

2012-13 Excelsior (rented out) 20/8

2014 Cambuur 15/5

2015-17 Brighton 10/0

2016 Huddersfield (rented out) 5/0

2016-17 Go Ahead Eagles (rented out) 14/2

2017-18 Genclerbirligi 24/4

2018-19 Akhisarspor 28/7

2019-20 Beijing Rene 12/1

The Netherlands national youth team 3/0

Note: Championship statistics.

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13. Slavia (Sofia) 7
14. Etar (Veliko Tarnovo) 2

 
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