Defender Frank Assinki has signed a four year deal with Danish side, HB Koge. Assinki joined Koge from Ghana Premier League club, Inter Allies.
The 18-year-old Ghanaian playing topflight football for the first time established himself as a mainstay at the heart of Inter Allies defense in the annulled GPL season.
He played 12 of the 14 games in the league with 11 as a starter, winning one NASCO Man of the Match award.
The versatility of the young chap showed in his play as he could fit into any position at the backline. HB Koge monitored the center-back when they saw him in preseason and kept tabs on him.
He was then snapped up by the Danish club as he maintained the preseason impression during the season.
Assinki has been with the Eleven-Is-To-One lads since 2018 and exploded with half a season to get an international transfer straight from the Tema-based club.
Frank Assinki becomes the second player from Inter Allies to sign permanently for HB Koge after Effiong Nsungusi JR. moved earlier in the month.