Asante Kotoko striker Kwame Opoku will not be heading off to USM Algers despite huge interest from the Algerian giants.
USM Algers were reportedly interested in taking the lethal forward in a deal worth $300,000 with the Porcupines demanding $400,000 for the striker, however, a deal is a long way off from happening.
Kwame Opoku has so far enjoyed a reasonably good season with seven goals in the league and a goal in Kotoko’s failed African campaign after scoring against ES Setif in Accra.
However, his management have kicked against the USM Algers deal from happening after informing the Chief Executive Officer, Nana Yaw Amponsah of their intention.
Official;The management team of Kwame Opoku has kicked against Kwame leaving kotoko this time of the season as well as him going to ply his trade in North Africa. The kotoko ceo has been notified and gas accepted our decision. @NCCKotoko pic.twitter.com/KYo6MdGBMy
— Ike owusu Ansah🇬🇭 (@IkeOwusuAnsah_) March 7, 2021