12 Jun

Exclusive: Braydon joins Bundesliga II side SV Darmstadt

The talented forward has completed his move to the German second-tier side in the ongoing summer transfer window, Kickgh.com can exclusively confirm.

German-born Ghanaian winger Braydon Marvin Manu has officially joined German Bundesliga II side SV Darmstadt 98.
 
The 22-year-old signed a three-year deal with the Blue and White lads earlier today after a fruitful talks.
 
He has joined the Lillies lads on a free transfer after terminating his contract with third-tier side  Hallescher FC.
 
A club official statement reads "The SV 98 has reinforced in the offensive area and signed Braydon Manu under contract."
 
"The 22-year-old winger moves from Halleschen FC to southern Hesse and signed a contract with the lilies until June 2022. The transfer modalities were agreed to remain silent."
 
He scored three goals with five assists in his 31 appearances for Hallescher FC last season.
 
"The presented concept of the club as well as the game idea, especially in the last months of last season have promised me a lot. I see good prospects for my development here with the lilies and I am convinced that Darmstadt is the right club for me." Manu told the club's official website.
 
Manu is eligible to play for either Ghana or Germany in future.
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