Ghana’s striker, Kwesi Appiah is officially on the market ready to sign for a club after his contract with AFC Wimbledon ended.
This means he is now a free agent.
He has been playing professional football since 2008, at the age of 18.
Kwesi will be turning 30 this August and he is still in fine form for another season in club football.
In 2015, he was a part of the Ghana squad for the Africa Cup of Nations where he scored his first international goal in the quarter-final victory over Guinea.
In professional association football, a free agent is either a player that has been released by a professional association football club and now is no longer affiliated with any club, or a player whose contract with his or her current club has expired and is thus free to join any other club.
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