The player who has walked through the ranks of the national teams has now gotten to the stage where the Black Stars will make use of him.
In Milovan’s first call-up, the youngster has been called.
Though, he’ had a good stint at the national side, he still remains an outcast in the Kumasi Asante Kotoko team.
The player has moved through the league with teams like Berekum Chelsea and King Faisal.
With a good spell with the U-20 and King Faisal, the dude has returned to his parent club.
Since his arrival, the player has received many offers from teams in the Ghana Premier League with the aim to snatch the player outright or to get him on loan.
It has now become the sole discretion of Kotoko to either loan the player or sell him out.
Per rumors, Kumasi Asante Kotoko is demanding for GHS 100,000 before they let go Danlad. Teams interested are Gold Stars and Dreams FC.
Looking at his prospects the player may even be deemed higher than what has been priced. As a Black Star material, it is now time for Kotoko to make maximum cash out on the player than to let him stay on the bench.
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