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7 days to end GPL transfer window, clubs in rush to make last minute signings

With a week to end the football transfer window in Ghana, clubs are working behind the scenes to get deals done before it closes.

The newly promoted GPL clubs have been busy on the market looking to add to their squad as they step up a gear on the football landscape.

Nsoatreman FC

The DOL Zone One winners, have made some major announcements with the capture of experienced former Accra Hearts of Oak and King Faisal defender Richard Akrofi.

Also in their basket is former Asante Kotoko striker Frederick Boateng as well as Burkina Faso national Sere Mamadou who is also a striker.

A couple more signings according to inside sources at the club, would be made known before the window closes.

FC Samartex 1996

The Timber Giants have signed Coach Annor Walker with the local national team helmsman having joined the Samreboi based side from Great Olympics.

FC Samartex has also signed experienced tactician Abdul Malik Mohammed as Director of youth and women football at the club as they seek to do well in the coming season.

Defender Ebenezer Acquah has also joined the GPL debutants from DOL outfit Skyy FC.

Bibiani Gold Stars

The Miners have added former Liberty Professionals, Asante Kotoko and King Faisal defender Atta Kusi to their squad together with former AshantiGold SC player Shafiq Muntari.

Asante Kotoko

The Porcupines are close to announcing deals for Cameroonian goalkeeper Moise Pouaty and compatriot defender Thomas Pele Koualao Dane Djomian as well as King Faisal Babes midfielder Enoch Morison according to reports.

Accra Hearts of Oak

The Phobians have announced the signing of Central African Republic striker Yassan Ouatching on a two-year deal with an option to extend for a further season with more signings expected from the capital club ahead of the new campaign.

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