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Transfer Talks: Asante Kotoko’s Most Sought After Targets

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It’s going to be transfer window very very soon and Asante Kotoko is eyeing some transfer targets from different places.

It’s true that the coronavirus pandemic may have emptied the Porcupines’ purse quite a bit. However, the Reds are still looking to sign someone new into their squad. Here are the most sought-after and talked about targets so far.

Ashantigold midfielder Latif Anabila has been on the club’s radar for some years and a deal could be reached between the two parties very soon.

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Kotoko could definitely lighten Mudasiru’s and Adom Frimpong’s load with a new, more experienced midfielder if a permanent move for Justice Blay falls through.

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Konadu Yiadom’s representatives have launched preliminary talks with Kotoko and Hearts of Oak simultaneously.

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Further, the WAFA centre-back had stated on May 15 that he wouldn’t stay in Sogakope if he receives a good offer and it’s a major boost for Kotoko to hunt for that prospect.

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Karela United’s Emmanuel Kayekeh is well-liked by Maxwell Konadu and his assistant, Johnson Smith – and he has the highest possibility of being signed by Kotoko this summer.

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Bechem United’s Yaw Arnol also has a high chance of being signed this summer – that’s what the player himself believes after he disclosed his talks with the club a few month ago before the Coronavirus pandemic brought our football into a halt.

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