The local transfer business has started behind the scene as clubs has started doing some business for next season football season.
One of the hottest player currently in the local market is Ronald Frimpong of Real Tamale United.
Ronald Frimpong performance in the just ended Ghana Premier League season for Real Tamale United was very impressive as he helped the team to escape relegation.
However, source to the team says medeama sc and Accra Hearts of Oak has shown interested in signing the hardworking player.
However, no official bid has been submitted yet by the two clubs but the clubs has been engaging with the player.
A source made us understand that, Ronald Frimpong will prefer to move to either of this clubs should the clubs meet the demands of Real Tamale United.
Hearts of Oak has been the trembling club for the past years now, as they find it difficult to push for the ultimate this season. The Phobians are in the chase to sign the youngster on every terms.
Regardless, of the interest of Medeama, they are ever ready to go and fish the player with some juicy offer.
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