Allies eye Asamoah as Twum’s replacement

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Inter Allies have joined the race to sign Heart of Lions attacking midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah.

Footballmadeinghana.com understands that Inter Allies are in the market looking for a player to replace their skipper Isaac Twum who has moved to IK Start in Norway and they have identified the youngster as someone who can fill the void.

Asamoah who can operate in an attacking midfield role and also as a winger netted six goals and provided nineteen assists as Lions finished the GN Division One Zone Three in second position.

He has already had had trials with South African side Cape Town FC and has also popped up on the radar of Accra Hearts of Oak.

Allies might have the upper hand in signing him from Lions because it was the same club they bought Isaac Twum from two seasons ago.

The relationship between the two clubs is said to be very strong and it can be one of the reasons why Asamoah could be sold to Allies .

By: Edmund Okai Gyimah

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