Tunisian side Club Africain have announced the signing of Ghanaian striker Derrick Sasraku from Aduana Stars in a three-year deal.
The 26-year-old, who was facing an indefinite suspension at Aduana following a training ground bust-up, was initially linked to Slovakia’s MSK Zilina and Azam of Tanzanian.
"It is now official. Ghanaian player Derrick Sasraku has joined us at Club Africain for three years. He has the club's facilities and will join his teammates for the new season," a club's statement read.
Sasraku thanked Aduana Stars and their supporters in a statement.
"I'm excited with this chance. It is a huge leap for me and I hope to make good use of it," he said.
"I wish to express my special gratitude to Aduana FC management, supporters, friends and loved ones for their immense support and assistance in various ways in making my dream a reality. God really bless you," he added.
He was an integral part of the Aduana squad that won the 2016-17 Ghana Premier League.