Ghana winger Thomas Agyepong embarked on another loan move away from Manchester City by signing for Waasland-Beveren on Monday.
The 22-year-old will spend the entire 2019/20 season with the Beligan top-flight side who have secured a permanent clause in the loan agreement.
“Waasland-Beveren have again added an attacking reinforcement to the team.
“Thomas Agyepong, 22, is loaned from the English superpower Manchester City.
“Waasland-Beveren also stipulated a purchase option on the Ghanaian flank attacker,” the club announced on their official website Monday.
Agyepong comes in as a direct replacement for countryman Nana Owusu Ampomah who left the club for German Bundesliga side Fortuna Dusseldorf this summer.
Manchester City signed Agyepong in 2015 but have since been farming him out to Dutch sides FC Twente and NAC Breda and then Scottish side Hibernian FC just last season.
He was part of the Ghana squad at this 2019 Africa Cup of Nations but suffered an injury in the opening match against Benin which kept him out till the Black Stars suffered a round of 16 elimination.