Monday Jan 18, 2021. 09:00
Ghana international Joseph Alfred Duncan has joined Cagliari Calcio from fellow Italian Serie A side ACF Fiorentina.
The midfielder has moved to Cagliari in a six-month deal with an option of a permanent move at the end of the current season.
Cagliari released the following statement on Sunday:
“Cagliari Calcio is pleased to announce that it has acquired from Fiorentina the sports performances of the footballer Joseph Alfred Duncan who moves to Sardinia with the formula of the loan with the right of redemption,” Cagliari announced via their official website.
“Born in Accra, the capital of Ghana, on 10 March 1993, he began his career in the Inter youth teams. With the Nerazzurri he won the Primavera championship and the NextGen Series, the forerunner of the Uefa Youth League, titles arrived in 2011-12. He made his Serie A debut on August 26, 2012, in Pescara-Inter.”
“A complete midfielder, Duncan is a physically strong player, who combines power and technique: great running and dynamism, particularly skilled in ball recovery, he knows how to make himself dangerous even in the offensive phase, due to his ability to enter and shoot from outside.”
“An experienced player, capable of covering all the roles of the median, who arrives at Cagliari in the height of football maturity: muscles and substance for the Rossoblu midfield. Welcome to Sardinia, Alfred.”
Duncan has played for five Italian clubs namely, Inter Milan, Livorno, Sampdoria, Sassuolo and Fiorentina.
He has scored once in nine international matches for Ghana.