Vålerenga and Brøndby today agreed on a transition for Adam Larsen Kwarasey.
The former Vålerenga, Strømsgodset, Rosenborg and the Portland Timbers keeper have signed an agreement extending in 2020, and reunited with Ronny Share in the capital club.
Adam Larsen Kwarasey started his career in Trosterud before Vålerenga was the next stop on the road.
Here he played primarily junior football and won JET (Junior Elite Tournament) in 2006, but also managed to play six games in the 2nd division before the trip went on to Strømsgodset.
In Drammen, it became serious in 2013 before Portland Timbers and Major Soccer League were the next stop for the right-wing last chance.
Vålerenga is my club
Now Oslo and Valle are home to Larsen Kwarasey for the next three years, and the keeper is looking forward to embarking on his new life in Vålerenga.
I’ll take gold with Vålerenga!
– Adam Larsen Kwarasay
– It’s great to be back. It feels very correct and very good and I’m very excited, says Larsen Kwarasey, who has a hairy ambition:
“I’ll take gold with Vålerenga!”
Larsen Kwarasey was born and raised at Trosterud in Oslo, but has Ghanaian passport and 35 national teams for Ghana. In 2014 he hosted the opening fight against the United States in the Brazil World Cup.
PS: He is not available for play in Vålerenga before the Norwegian transition window opens on July 21, but will train with the team before that time.
Adam Larsen Kwarasay
Født: 12. desember 1987 (29 år)
Kamper i Eliteserien: 169
Landskamper: 35 for Ghana, 1 for Norges U21-landslag
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