Ghana premier league side, Dreams Fc are on the verge of Announcing the Signing Of Black Stars B Striker Shafiu Mumuni in the coming days.
The still Believe lad have reach an agreement with the former Ashanti Gold Forward and he is likely to joined the Dawu Base Club.
Asante Kotoko also had discussion with the player but he has opted to penned a deal with Dreams Fc.
Shafiu was strongly linked to the Porcupine Warriors after parting ways with the Miners.
Despite the transfer embargo on the club, Maxwell Konadu will be hoping to beef up his team before he starts his CAF Champions League campaign next season.
Shafiu was crowned top scorer as the skipper of Coach Maxwell Konadu’s Black Stars B team at the 2019 WAFU Cup of Nations after netting four goals in the tournament held in Senegal last year.
Mumuni decided not to renew his contract with Ashgold when it expired on July 1.
Dreams FC have already Capture Ex-Hearts Talisman Joseph Esso and Shafiu’s inclusion will boast their squad ahead of next season.
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