Ghana's Edwin Gyasi has left Bulgarian side CSKA Sofia after the expiration of his loan deal .
The 29 year old Ghanaian has been with the Bulgarian giants for two years and did not leave empty handed but penned a heartfelt message to his former club.
His last game for CSKA Sofia was the heavy 5 nil triumph over Berroe Stara Zagora which he featured.
Prior to last Sunday's game, the winger was handed a plaque in recognition of his time ,hard-work with the club.
The free agent will head to Europe's ultimate retirement home in Turkey where he will link up with giants Besiktas on a two year deal.
The Dutch born Ghanaian has been in talks with the Turkish club for sometime now and will undergo his medicals in the coming days.
Gyasi has posted a glowing tribute to the Bulgarian club wishing them well.
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The Ghanaian winger joined CSKA Sofia in 2018 during the winter transfer from Aalesund, featuring in 60 official matches of the club, scoring a paltry 6 goals and providing 10 assists.
Gyasi made his Ghana Black Stars debut in a 5-1 win over Congo in a World Cup Qualifier in 2017.