Zambian Football club Nkana Fc are in advance talk to sign Former Accra Hearts Of oak player in the ongoing transfer window.
The Defender has agree personal term with the Zambian outfit and a deal will be announced soon.
He has been unattached to any club since leaving Hearts of Oak weeks ago after being deemed surplus to requirements.
Christopher Bonney is one of the few players to play for the two most glamorous clubs in Ghana namely Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak and has played for Ebusua Dwarfs as well.
Nkana FC is one of Zambia’s oldest football clubs having been formed in 1935 in Kitwe's Wusakili township.
The club was founded under the name of Rhokana United FCbefore it changed to Nkana Red Devils.
In 1990, they were runners-up in the African Cup of Champions, the only Zambian team to ever reach the finals.
Nkana had a long history of success during the 1980s and early 1990s, winning nine league titles from 1982 to 1993.
Coached by Moses Simwala, a number of prominent players ran out for Nkala during this time frame.
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