Israeli club Hapoel Haifa offers trials to Ghanaian sensation Holyfield Djanie Featured
12 Apr

Israeli club Hapoel Haifa offers trials to Ghanaian sensation Holyfield Djanie

The budding talented forward has been offered a month trial at the Israeli top-flight league, can exclusively confirm.
Ghana youth forward Holyfield Djanie is set to undergo a one-month observation at Israeli Premier League club Hapoel Haifa.
The 20-year-old will be leaving the shores of Ghana to undergo trial sessions at the Red and Black lads after the Coronavirus outbreak.
The Kokrobite Sky FC striker could land a long-term contract with the Sammy Ofer Stadium outfit if he impress the technical handlers of the club after the observation.
The deal is facilitated by one of the fast-growing football agency firm Zuki Sports 
 He emerged on the radar of several Ghanaian clubs including Great Olympics, Liberty Professionals, Dreams FC and Hearts of Oak following his splendid performance during the Betway Talent Hunt in 2018.
His intelligence to sprint and quick positional sense makes him all round and virtually a difficult customer for defenders.
Djanie registered seventeen (17) goals for his side after the second edition of the Betway Talent Hunt.
He opted to leave for the Israeli Premier League side despite an interest from a lower-tier club in Italy.
Djanie has received an invitation to the Ghana U20 team following his symmetrical output at Kokrobite Sky FC in the ongoing season.
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