Asante Kotoko goalmonger Kwame Opoku has a growing list of clubs chasing for his signature.
The Porcupines forward has attracted widespread interest according to local-based Fox FM with clubs from across Africa and the Middle East vying for his signature.
According to the report, North African African giants, Zamalek, Al Ahly, USM Algiers, Qatari club Al Saad and Congolese side AS Vita Club are said to have expressed interest in signing the 21-year-old.
Norwegian side Stabaek and South African heavyweights, Mamelodi Sundowns, who are ready to table an offer of at least 1.5 million dollars are also said to be keen on adding the forward to their respective teams.
Kwame Opoku has been sensational following his move from second-tier side Nkoranza Warriors to the Porcupines in 2020. Opoku has quickly established himself as an instrumental member of the team, scoring goals for fun in the ongoing Ghana Premier League.
Opoku has plundered seven goals in 13 matches for Asante Kotoko so far this season in the Ghana premier league and once in three African games for the Reds.