According to the Ghanaian media Ghanasoccernet, the Ghanaian international winger Owusu, who is currently playing for the Saudi league team Feha, will join SIPG in January next year to replace Hulk, who left the team at the end of the year.
The 24-year-old Owusu serves as a winger and is 168cm tall. In the summer of 2014, he joined the Serbian league team Sudulica to start his career. After that, he played for the Turkish League Youth League, Ankara Guku and Serbian team Gularu odd. Last summer, the Ghanaian international joined the Saudi League team Feha. Last season, Owusu represented the team in 28 league appearances and scored 7 goals, but failed to save the team's relegation.
According to reports, Owusu will join the Super League club Shanghai SIPG in January next year to replace the Brazilian foreign aid Hulk who will leave the team in December this year.
The news pointed out that SIPG has been paying attention to the Ghanaian international, but due to restrictions on foreign aid quotas, the transfer can only be postponed. The nationals of Thaad, Duhail and Doha from Qatar are also interested in Owusu.
At present, Owusu has been selected for the Ghana national team's 23-man roster to participate in the October friendly match, and is expected to usher in the national team's 9th appearance.