Asante Kotoko centre-back, Habib Mohammed has delivered one big news to fans as he named one player the club should add to the squad.
Habib, during an interview with Accra-based Angel FM/TV, was quizzed on which player should the Reds add to their squad, the Black Meteors defender swiftly pinpointed former Ashantigold captain Shafiu Mumuni as a player he would love to see at the Baba Yara Stadium.
He further explained that, he has played together with the Black Stars B skipper at Ashantigold and also the national team and his quality and potency in front of goal will be of importance to Asante Kotoko if signed.
Shafiu has been heavily linked to Asante Kotoko in the past few months with reports suggesting he has agreed on personal terms with the Porcupines pending the Asantehene's approval to make some signings to augment the squad ahead of the new season.
However, the Porcupine's chase for the striker received a massive boost on Wednesday, July 29, 2020, after Ashantigold parted ways with him following the expiration of his contract with the Miners.
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