Ghana goalkeeper Adam Larsen Kwarasey has penned a four-year contract with Danish side Brondby
According to the Danish club, the 29-year old presence in the team will raise the standard of goalkeeping in the coming next season.
“Adam has won the championship in his last three clubs and represented Ghana at the World Cup in 2014.
“In other words, he is a very experienced player in our mist today, a player who will win laurels for us whether it is training or in combat,” sports director Troels Bech told the press.
The 190 centimeter tall Kwarasey was born and raised in Norway with a Ghanaian father and a Norwegian mother.
The experienced custodian represented and won championships with Stromgodset, Portland Timbers of Major League Soccer in the United States and the latest being Rosenberg BK.