Joseph Amuzu, the younger brother of Francis Amuzu, has found a new club after leaving KV Mechelen. The 19-year-old winger was out of contract with Mechelen and has now made the move to the Dutch league. This news has been officially confirmed by his new club, FC Dordrecht.

Amuzu, who was on loan at Helmond Sport in the Netherlands last season, impressed with his performance, scoring three goals and providing three assists in 35 games. His talent caught the attention of several teams, leading to his transfer to FC Dordrecht.

FC Dordrecht has been ambitious in the transfer market this summer, adding players like Dean Zandbergen, Sem Valk, and Igor Daniel da Silva. The addition of Joseph Amuzu further strengthens their squad as they aim for promotion next season.

Joseph Amuzu has signed a three-year contract with FC Dordrecht, with an option for an additional year. The club finished fourth in the Dutch second division last season and is determined to push for promotion in the upcoming campaign.

It is interesting to note that Joseph Amuzu follows in the footsteps of his older brother, Francis Amuzu, who currently plays for RSC Anderlecht in the Belgian Pro League. It will be exciting to see if the younger Amuzu can replicate the success of his brother in the future and carve out a successful career for himself in the world of football.