Ghana’s Ibrahim Zubairu passes medical to sign for Partizan Belgrade

Published on: 28 June 2024

Ghana forward Ibrahim Zubairu has passed his medical test to sign for Serbian Super League side Partizan Belgrade.

The move has been agreed by his current club Fudbalski klub Jedinstvo and the Serbian powerhouse.

The transfer fee has also been settled between the two clubs would be around half a million euros.

Following extensive negotiations, the two clubs have reached an agreement on the transfer of the Ghanaian footballer.

During the previous season, the former Ghana youth star showcased his prowess by participating in 36 matches in the Serbian First League.

His impressive performance included scoring 13 goals and providing seven assists, contributing significantly to Jedinstvo's promotion to the top tier.

Coach Stanojević will provide Zubairu with the opportunity to compete for his position against fellow players such as Korean Goh, Aleksa Janković, and the promising Nemanja Trifunović.

This move marks Zubairu as the fourth signing for Partizan this summer, reflecting the club's commitment to strengthening its squad for the upcoming season.