Football runs in the blood of Medeama sensation Prince Opoku-Agyemang, who is turning the Ghana Premier League on its head.
Agyemang, who is a former Asante Kotoko youth player, has been phenomenal for the Mauve and Yellows in the 2019/20 season.
The intelligent and highly-rated striker has scored 8 goals in 11 matches and has provided two assists in the process to make him a predator in the Ghanaian top-flight.
Born in Kumasi, Prince has transitioned from a winger to become a deadly striker in the West African nation.
He started his career with Kumasi-based colts club Masso before getting a shot at Kotoko, where he featured for the side’s developmental squad.
He left for Eleven Wise in 2009 where he thrilled fans with his superlative performances.
His impressive outing alerted Heart of Lions to hunt for his signature.
He made his mark largely as a wideman before being signed by Ghanaian second-tier side New Edubiase.
He scored goals for fun during his three-year spell at Edubiase.
He scored 18 goals in 22 appearances in his first season, hits 14 goals in 11 matches in the truncated league before grabbing 10 goals in 8 competitions in the Normalisation Committee Special Competition.
In summary, he bagged 42 goals in three seasons at the club to alert Medeama to go for his services.
Prince has justified the investment by continuing with his goal scoring prowess.
He has been the main source of goals for the two-time FA Cup winners, scoring for fun both home and away.
He has become the poster boy for Medeama after he netted his 8th goal of the current campaign in the crucial 2-1 win over Inter Allies at the Accra stadium on Wednesday.
A supremely gifted footballer, his talent has shone through the roof top with a thundering speed.
His ability to run at a top speed for extended periods, breaking into opposition boxes and scoring goals is more reminiscent of Ghana legend Anthony Baffoe.
He featured for Ghana at the 2019 WAFU tournament in Senegal.
A true all-rounder, Reyna is blessed with pace and possesses a keen eye for the killer pass. He is also dangerous from set pieces, notably direct free-kicks.
He is the next big thing already imploding and exploding in the Ghanaian top-tier.
He will surely hits double-figures with 23 more matches to end the season.