- The Ghanaian defender is joining Greek side, Aris Thessaloniki
- He is leaving Portuguese side, Sporting CP, after a mutual agreement
- Lumor has agreed to a two-year deal with Aris
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Ghanaian left-back, Lumor Agbenyenu, has sealed a move to Greek club Aris Thessaloniki from Portuguese side, Sporting CP, Africa Foot United reports.
The 24-year old Lumour is said to have signed a two year deal with Aris Thessaloniki. It is reported that he and Sporting had a mutual agreement to part ways.
Lumor has had a difficult spell in Portugal, having failed to break into the first team. He only played eight times for the green and whites.
The defender was sent on loan twice; first to Turkish side, Göztepe, and then Spanish side, Mallorca, during his time at Sporting.
Aris Thessaloniki is hoping to book a place in the group stages of the Uefa Europa Conference League and will hope the capture of the Ghanaian will boost their chances in the play-offs.
Lumour has won 13 caps for the Black Stars and will hope to get more playing time with his new club to boost his selection chances as the Afcon approaches.
The former Wassaman United player joined Portuguese giants, Sporting CP in 2017 from Portimonense for a fee of €2.5 million.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the director of football for AFC Ajax, Marc Overmars, has expressed his disappointment at missing out on Ghana forward, Kamaldeen Sulemana.
It was almost certain Sulemana was going to join the Amsterdam club with Goal reporting that Ajax had made him their top transfer target for this summer.
However, it was not to be, as French side, Stade Rennes swooped for the Ghanaian in a €20 million deal.
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Source: Yen Newspaper