Ghana’s local football is set to lose three more players as Asante Kotoko SC”s trio draws closer to the exit door.
The Red Army embarked on a strategic mass signing exercise at the beginning of the season but are now confined to losing three of their trusted warriors.
With the imminent departure of goalkeeper Razak Abalora for pastures anew in Moldova, two more players are set leave Asante Kotoko SC.
Midfielder, Joseph Amoako, has been booked for a one month long trial with Helsingborg IF in Sweden ahead of a potential transfer.
The young midfielder is being joined by Kwame Baah on the exit train ahead of the second registration window.
Baah, 23, has reportedly tabled a contract termination letter to the leadership of Asante Kotoko SC to rejuvenate his career.
In respond to the imminent exits from the club, management has since stormed the local market in search of of quality replacements.
@AsanteKotoko_SC goalkeeper Kwame Baah wants his contract with the club mutually canceled.
The 23-year old goalkeeper is unhappy after losing his number one spot in the club, Kwame Baah has already asked the club’s management to terminate his contract. https://t.co/RwmxPFat6W
@AsanteKotoko_SC young midfielder, Joseph Amoako will leave Ghana in the coming days for a 4-weeks trial for a Swedish side, @HelsingborgsIF . The 18-year-old will earn himself a permanent deal at Helsingborg IF if he impresses the recruitment team of the club during his trials. https://t.co/fYW3PX98rP