Ghanaian playmaker Kalusha Alhassan has signed with Ethiopia Premier League side Ethio-Electric, according to a TBM Sport report.
The former Tamale Utrecht Academy player is in Addis-Ababa with Ethio-Electric, the two-time Ethiopian champions.
Kalusha, 23, featured for Tura Magic in the Namibian Premier League before shifting allegiance to Ghana’s Dreams FC two years ago.
Kalusha can play as an attacking midfielder or as a striker.
Meanwhile, midfielder Alex Amuzu who left Sekondi Hasaacas in August 2014 has also signed up with another Ethiopian club. He joins former Kotoko forward Seidu Bancey at Abra Minch City FC.
The presence of Ghanaian players in the Ethiopian top division continues to shoot up. Over the past few weeks, as many as ten players – Kennedy Ashia, Latif Mohammed, Michael Annan (Sidama Bunna), Michael Akuffo, Masalachi Baba Adam (Mekelle Ketema), Seidu Bancey (Abra Minch), Abdul Rahman Fasuni (Welwalo), Daniel Agyei (Jimma Aba Jifar), Kalusha Alhassan and Alex Amuzu have secured deals to play in the new season which has been pushed to start late October.
There were only three Ghanaian players – Adamu Mohammed (Woldia), Kweku Andoh (Dedebit) and Gabriel Jetro (Hawassa City) in the Ethiopian Premier League the previous season.