Poached by Sudanese champions Al Hilal Omdurman days ago, Asante Kotoko SC Imoro Ibrahim on the latest reports has left the club ahead of the upcoming season.
Emerged as the league's top assisted player with eight assists guiding the "Porcupine Warriors" to their 24th league triumph last season, the 22-year-old highly-rated left-back has reportedly been signed for US$150k which could rise in add-ons.
Following this revelation, he becomes the club's third notably departure after Fabio Gama who join Bahrain giants Al-Muharrraq and Mudasiru Salifu Moldovian champions -Sheriff Tiraspol days ago.
Passed his medicals on Tuesday, the former Karela United defender who joined the Kumasi-based club in 2019 is understood will pocket a US$10k monthly salary, ending his three-season spells with the Premier League giants in the ongoing transfer window.
Made 28 appearances last season contributing 10 goals, Imoro Ibrahim earned a call-up to the Black Galaxies of Ghana team that eliminated Benin in the 2022 CHAN qualifiers.
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