After spending last season in the Netherlands with FC Twente, Manchester City youngster Yaw Yeboah is heading to Spain this season with Segunda División side Real Oviedo.
While no deal has been announced yet, the 20-year-old Ghanaian and his compatriot Owusu Kwabena, who belongs to Leganes, have both been brought in on loan by coach Fernando Hierro to strengthen the Carbayones as they look to continue their unique story by winning promotion to La Liga this season.
Yeboah, Oviedo’s thirteenth signing of a busy summer window, is considered a ‘leap in quality’ for the club’s attack, suggesting the pacy youngster, who can play in any attacking position, will feature regularly.
One of many to join Man City from the Right to Dream Academy in Ghana, Yeboah has previously been out on loan at Lille and FC Twente, the latter stint seeing him form an attacking trident with City loanees Enes Ünal and Bersant Celina.
Ünal has since joined another Spanish club, Villarreal, in a £12million deal, while Celina is on loan at Ipswich Town in the Championship.