- Serbian giants FK Crvena zvezda held a simple event on Tuesday to introduce new signing Osman Bukari
- The Ghanaian winger has signed a four-year contract with Red Star, leaving Belgian club KAA Gent in the process
- Bukari spent last season on loan at Nantes, where he helped them win the French Cup. His first career trophy
Ghana international Osman Bukari has completed his move to Serbian powerhouse FK Crvena zvezda, commonly known as Red Star Belgrade, on a four-year deal.
The 23-year-old winger joined the Belgrade-based club from Belgian side KAA Gent in a deal worth €2 million, according to footballghana.
Osman spent last season on loan with French Ligue 1 side, FC Nantes, notching two goals and registering four assists in 26 matches in all competitions.
Osman Bukari also played an instrumental role in FC Nantes' French Cup triumph after defeating OGC Nice in the final.
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He will wear the number 23 shirt at his new club.
The former Accra Lions forward was a member of the Black Stars squad that eliminated Nigeria from the 2022 FIFA World Cup final play-off round to book a ticket to the biggest stage in world football slated for November to December this year in Qatar.
He scored his debut goal for Ghana earlier this month against Madagascar in the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.
Osman has been capped five times for the senior national team of Ghana with a goal to his credit.
Nantes Winger Osman Bukari Nets Debut Ghana Goal Against Madagascar
Sports Brief earlier reported that Nantes winger Osman Bukari scored his maiden goal for Ghana against Madagascar in the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium.
Bukari scored the third goal for the Black Stars with five minutes to end proceedings as he delivered a composed strike to ensure an emphatic victory for the home side.
The 23-year-old's goal came after Mohammed Kudus and Felix Afena-Gyan combined to give Black Stars a comfortable two-nil lead.
Osman Bukari then put the icing on the cake after rounding off goalkeeper Nina Razakanirina to seal victory for the Black Stars of Ghana.
Source: Sports Brief News