Right to Dream graduate Bakary Haidara has thanked the Academy after completing a transfer to Westerlo.
The centre-back joined the Belgium Pro League side earlier this week after an impressive spell with the Akosombo-based outfit.
“New chapter in my young career in Westerlo after a great learning process at Right to Dream,” Haidara wrote on Instagram.
“Thank you to everyone both in Ghana and my coaches and mentors at Rofa FC back in Ivory Coast.
“Thank you to my agents for making this opportunity possible and in the best conditions. Time to work now.”
The 18-year-old Ivory Coast international has signed a three-year deal with Westerlo after spending three years in Ghana.
The club released a statement on Monday confirming the transfer of Haidara to Westerlo.
The Ivory Coast international has signed a three-year deal with the club after spending three seasons with Right to Dream.
Last year, Haidara stepped up big time and led Right to Dream to an epic victory in the Gothia Cup in Sweden.
When their main captain was out, the Ivorian took charge and led the Akosombo-based side to their sixth win in the tournament.