Sarfo joins Swedish champions in record deal

Sarfo joins the Swedish champions from newcomers IK Sirius after brilliant performances in his debut season in Sweden’s top league

Ghanaian midfielder Kingsley Sarfo has joined Swedish football champions Malmo FF in a deal said to be the biggest between two Swedish clubs.
Sarfo made his name in Sirius’ first match of the season – a 2-0 crushing of Djurgarden in which he scored twice in two minutes – and since then has been one of the players to watch this season – his first in the Swedish premiership. There were even reports that Sweden was interested in having the 22-year-old wear the country’s national colors.
“My goal is to win titles with MFF,” the player tells the club’s website after signing the 13 million kronor (about $1.5 million) deal, according to local football site,
I am very pleased that I signed a contract with Malmö FF. It’s a big club and plays the kind of football I like, Sarfo adds. 
Malmo’s sports manager Daniel Andersson is satisfied with his new signing. He notes that the Ghanaian is an interesting technical player with a nice left foot. Andersson adds that Sarfo is extremely confident on the ball.