Ghanaian defender Daniel Opare has opened up on why he joined Belgian Pro League side Royal Antwerp
The versatile lateral defender signed a two-year deal with the Great Old Club on Thursday as a free agent.
Opare 27, had his deal with German Bundesliga side terminated in April after allegedly holding talks with FC Schalke.
The former Real Madrid B side defender hinted that he believes in the vision of the club and it was the reason why he joined them.
“I have full confidence in the project of Royal Antwerp and the plans of the club management,” Opare was quoted as saying on Royal Antwerp’s website.
The Ghanaian international was on the radar of Bundesliga II side Dinamo Dresden and even held talks with them before joining Antwerp.