Emerged champions of the Ghana Premier League (GPL) in the just concluded 21-22 season -their 24th league title in club history, Asante Kotoko per reports are set to complete their first summer signing.
This follows the club's vision of having a very competitive squad and a successful campaign next season in Africa (The CAF Champions League) and maintaining the GPL title next season.
The Porcupine Warriors are thought to be in advance talks with lower-tier side Tema Youth FC over the possibility of acquiring the signature of their winger- Evans Osei-Wusu in the ongoing transfer window -their first summer target.
The 21-year-old winger last season had an explosive campaign in the Division One League with a record of twenty (20) goals and eight (8) assists alongside twelve (12) most valuable player (MVP) honours in the process -prompting the reigning champions for a possible signing to "Kumasi".
Evans to recall was part of the Ghana U23 team that finished fourth at the 2019 Africa U23 Cup Nations in Egypt and currently with the Black Galaxies of Ghana team, preparing for the CHAN qualifiers against Benin later this month.
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