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Transfer Tango : Asante Kotoko SC Matches Legon Cities FC In Race For Black Stars Midfielder

The 2020/21 Ghana Premier league season could witness another groundbreaking transfer as Asante Kotoko SC and Legon Cities FC square off in the transfer market.

The local league has already welcome Asamoah Gyan after 17 years and could be embracing former Inter Milan treble winning midfielder, Sulley Ali Muntari.

442gh.com has been reliably informed that Legon Cities FC are hoping to capitalize on the strong relationship between Asamoah Gyan and Sulley Muntari in their quest to snatch the former Inter Milan star.

Muntari is currently club less and has been strongly linked with a move to an unnamed South African side by close allies.

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Ghana’s Sulley Muntari

Joining Legon Cities Football Club in the transfer tango is Kumasi based Asante Kotoko SC where the younger brother of Sulley Muntari plays.

Muniru Sulley, the younger brother of Sulley Muntari is expected to play pivotal role in the potential arrival of the senior brother to Asante Kotoko SC.

The fast emerging potential transfer is expected to be completed in January 2021 when the second registration window will be reopened.

As for Legon Cities FC, a performance based contract is reportedly been packaged by management of the club with enticing add ons.

City rivals, Accra Hearts of Oak SC, boiled down their interest in the left footed midfielder as they seek to add goals to their team.

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Saani Abacha

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