These are updates on Ghanaian players -both abroad or locally in the ongoing transfer window and ahead of the 22-23 season.
Set to play in the Europa League, French Ligue 1 side OGC Nice have reportedly expressed interest in signing the Ghanaian attacking midfielder this summer.
New boss Lucien Favre is understood to see the 21-year-old star as an ideal player to bring competition to the team and help the club accomplish its set target for the foreseeable future.
Joined Dutch outfit Ajax Amsterdam in 2020 for €9m and has contracts that run to 2025, he is valued at €12m and may likely move to France in the footsteps of his Black Stars teammate Kamaldeen Sulemana who plays with Stade Rennais.
Black Stars Player Andy Yiadom has been appointed Reading captain for the 2022-23 season after four years at Madejski.
Appointed Ghanaian player [Andy Yadiom] as club captain today ahead of the 2022-23 season, English Championship side Reading has reportedly signed the talented Ghanaian midfielder on a season-long loan deal this summer.
Premier League newcomers Nottingham Forest loaned out the 22-year-old central midfielder to gain more first-team experience having spent last season on loan at League One club Shrewsbury and other two clubs since graduating from Brighton Academy.
Witness the quality of the Dutch-born Ghanaian striker in the Netherlands Eredivise division last season, Manchester United’s new Boss Erik ten Haag per reports has instructed the club to move for the RB Leipzig sensational striker this summer.
The 20-year-old spent last season on loan at Ajax -scoring 7 goals in 13 appearances and a powerful force in the attacking purview, he is a player very club would want to solve their goal troubles.
The right-sided forward asking price is understood to be in the region of €15m, a budget range for “The Red Devil’s” this summer.
Had successful trials a few days ago at Arbroath FC from lower-tier Thatcham Town in the Scottish capital, the Ghanaian attacking midfielder per reports has landed himself a six months loan deal today.