Asante Kotoko has made strides in pursuit of three top Ghana Premier League players and is set to announce their signings to their teeming supporters in the coming days.
Close sources have revealed that Karela United stalwart midfielder Emmanuel Kayekeh, Ashanti Gold's midfielder Latif Anabila and ex-defender Yusif Mubarik, have all said yes to Kotoko and have gone on to sign long-term deals for the club subject to medicals and official announcement.
Keyekeh's contract with Karela is believed to have expired and thus makes him a free agent to join any club of his choice.
The 23-year-old is believed to be a long-term admirer of head coach Maxwell Konadu and thus relish the opportunity to have him within his fold.
Anabila's situation looks bleak, with others claiming he has a running contract with the Miners while others are saying he is no longer their player after his contract expired.
Nonetheless, the lanky midfielder will become a Porcupine Warrior come next season.
Mubarik, a centre-back, who parted ways with Ashanti Gold this season after joining from Dansoman-based Liberty Professionals has also joined the 'red army' and will give the head coach numerous option to choose from.
Sources claim that the three players are set to be unveiled by the club next week Friday if things go as planned.
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