Patrick Twumasi has officially become a player of German Club Hannover 96.
Hannover won the race for the pacy attacker who was on the radar of several Clubs.
The German side faced massive competitions from fellow Bundesliga II side Stuttgart, Denzlispor, Besiktas, Hatayspor and Clubs from China.
After a long battle, Coach Kenan Kocak was able to grab his prime target in this summer transfer window.
Twumasi settled with the Reds despite Deportivo Alaves willingness to transfer him to China which had the biggest bid among all the interested Clubs.
Hannover paid €800,000 to land the 26-year-old who was ever willing to help the Club in their bid to return to the Bundesliga.
He penned a three-year contract with the former Bundesliga campaigners.