Ghanaian youngster Benjamin Sampson has signed his first professional contract by completing a deal to Greek side Kalamata.
Benjamin, 21, signed a two-year deal with the Black and Whites and is expected to be a huge addition to the side.
The versatile offensive midfielder who also plays very well on the flanks and as a central midfielder completed the deal on Monday.
The talented midfielder is however open to playing for both Ghana and Sweden as he is yet to represent any of the countries at the senior level.
Benjamin is the son of former Ghana U20 and Black Stars player who played for Ghapoha, Charles Sampson – now based in Sweden.