Star performers of Black Satellites of Ghana have courted interest from some foreign clubs, at the end of CAF U-20 Africa Cup of Nations in Mauritania. Interest in these youngsters intensified from the quarter finals.
The tournament was awash by representatives from host of foreign clubs. They monitored the output of most players from other countries when the tournament commenced.
As the competition moved to another height, interest in Ghanaian players began to soar.
Striker for Black Satellites Percious Boah has emerged on the radar of some European clubs. Some clubs have planned to acquire his signature and be part of their youth team. He will then be integrated gradually into the main team. Other clubs are ready to make him a first team member.
Skipper and winning goals scorer Daniel Afriyie Barnieh, is linked with Amiens in the French League. Other clubs are ready to ward off competition and move him into their squad. Accra Hearts of Oak may lose the enterprising youngster at the end of this season.
Best player of the tournament Abdul Fatawu Issahaku may not spend much time in division one with steadfast FC. He has attracted interest and admiration from teams in mainstream Europe. Spanish, German and Danish teams are in the mood of doling out money for his acquisition. They regard him as a budding player with immense talent and future.
Midfielder Patrick Mensah has attracted offers and a deal is imminent. He has impressed teams with the manner at which he bossed the center part of the pitch.
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