The midfielder has signed a four-year contract in Spain.
Ghana rising star Richard Boateng has been recalled by La Liga side Granada after a successful loan spell at Cadiz.
The 18-year-old, the younger brother of Fulham midfielder Derek Boateng, spent last season with the Yellow Submarine in Segunda Division B and impressed sufficiently enough for his parent club to call him back to take a place in the first-team.
Boateng has been rewarded for his excellent form at the Estadio Ramon de Carranza with a dream opportunity to play in Spain’s elite league and rub shoulders with superstars like Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
“Richard Boateng, a Ghanaian footballer and Orestis Karnezis, a Greek, have been called back to Granada for regular first team place,” Goal report.
“Boateng, who is currently one of the subsidiary payroll has been training with the team at Cartegena. The midfielder has been on loan at teams like Cadiz and San Roque de Lepe.”
“Lucas Alcaraz and his men want to examine closely at Granada African positive developments, they stand a chance in the first team starting from the ‘B’.”
The teenager links up with compatriot Clifford Aboagye, who is on loan from Udinese, and recent debutant Mohammed Fatau in Andalusia.