Sudanese giants Al-Hilal Omdurman have interest in signing two more players from Asante Kotoko after reportedly agreeing a deal to sign left-back Imoro Ibrahim.
According to a report from Owuraku Ampofo of Joy Sports, Al Hilal have reached an agreement to pay around $400,000 to secure the services of Imoro. The Porcupine Warriors will receive $150,000 in upfront payment and 260,000 in add ons, which include winning the Champions League.
The report also adds that Imoro will receive $10,000 monthly salary once he signs for the Sudanese giants.
MahamaShaibu.com can exclusively report that Imoro Ibrabim is not the only player Al-Hilal is interested in signing from Asante Kotoko. The Sudanese giants have also shown interest in signing goalkeeper Ibrabim Danlad and Cameroonian forward George Mfegue.
Just like Imoro who enjoyed a great 2021/22 season with Asante Kotoko, Ibrabim Danlad and George Mfegue were also fantastic for the Porcupine Warriors as they won their first league title since 2014.
Danlad made 20 league appearances and kept 11 clean sheets, while Mfegue scored 8 goals and provided 4 assists from 26 league appearances.
Al-Hilal have already enquired about the two players and are expected to make a bid in the coming days. The Sudanese giants have also enquired about Frank Etouga, however, he set to join another club.
The 29-time Sudanese Champions have also shown interest in Head Coach Dr. Prosper Narteh Ogum who has reportedly informed Asante Kotoko of his decision to resign.
Meanwhile, Asante Kotoko has confirmed the acquisition of goalkeeper Frederick Asare and Ugandan striker Steven Mukwala.