Club top scorer last seasonn, Frank Mbella Etouga reportedly on the verge of leaving the Ghana Premier League (GPL) champions -Asante Kotoko SC before the transfer window closes, his replacement per reports has arrived in Ghana.
Scored thirteen goals in twenty-six games in the Uganda top-flight league last season for Uganda Revenue Authority SC (URA) and guided them to the third position, Ugandan forward Steven Mukwala is understood to be the Cameroonian successor for the upcoming season.
Per reports sighted on kickgh, the 23-year-old has arrived in Ghana today, set to undergo a mandatory medical with a subjected two-year contract with the Kumasi-based side.
Although without a coach, the "Porcupine Warriors" are very busy in the ongoing transfer window, replacing key players who have left and a few others on the move.
Set to begin a fifteen-day preseason tour in Turkey on August 15th 2022, Mukwala is expected to travel with his new outfit as they prepare for the 2022-23 GPL season and in Africa [the CAF Champions League].
The deal per report is undisclosed.
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