Ghanaian youngster Kamal Deen Sowah has made a return to his parent club Leicester City after his two year stint with Belgian side OH Leuven expired.

The youngster has left the Belgian club after his impressive loan spell to join his parent club in the English Premier League.

He had a good time in the Belgian First Division B where he scored five goals and provided four assists in 35 appearances OH Leuven during his two-year spell at the club.

Sowah joined English Premier League side Leicester City in 2018 from Sporting Club Accra on a four and half year deal but was immediately farmed out on loan to Leicester City's feeder club OH Leuven on a two year deal.

Both Leicester City and OH Leuven have the same owners as both clubs are owned by the King Power Group which belongs to the Srivadanaprabah family of Thailand.

The Ghanaian will feature for Leicester City next season but he will have to start for the Leicester City U23 side in English Premier League 2.