Mundo Deportivo has announced that the former Spanish champions are seriously looking into the possibility of acquiring the services of the Cameroonian who has lighted up the Ghana Premier League, GPL this season.
Etouga Mbella leads the scoring chat in the ongoing GPL competition with 18 goals as Asante Kotoko look to win this season's championship.
The Porcupines are top of the stairs by nine points with seven matches to end the campaign and, they are the bookmakers favourites to win the diadem at the end of the campaign.
Etouga Mbella's goals has guided them to this level in the ongoing competition, and, his exploits has not gone unnoticed by the outside world.
Clubs in Italy, France and Turkey have enquired about his services and, the latest to make an enquiry are the Spanish giants as reported by the website Mundo Deportivo.
Asante Kotoko, should they win this season's championship, will want to make an impact in the CAF Champions League next season, and, they will need all of their trusted arsenal and improvements for the competition.
Their resolve to sell at the end of this campaign will be tested to the limit as they look to maintain a strong squad for next season.
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