Ayew linked with shock Swansea return

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  Ghana forward Andre Ayew could move back to the Liberty Stadium next month to join former club Swansea City. The Sun on Wednesday reported that Swansea are interested in re-signing the player whom they sold to West Ham for £20 million for a cut off price of £10 million . Ayew joined West Ham in the summer of 2016 and has so far netted eight goals in 38 EPL appearances. The Ghanaian has already been linked to Italian powerhouse Inter Milan as well as EPL side Newcastle though no…

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 Mohammed completes Enyimba United move.

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  Elmina Sharks midfielder Farouk Mohammed has signed for Nigerian giants Enyimba United. Footballmadeinghana.com can exclusively reveal that Mohammed appended his signature to the deal on Wednesday morning after holding a one-week talks with the former African champions. Farouk Mohammed has now become the second Ghanaian international at the club after Fatawu Dauda. The attacking midfielder started his football career at Kumasi King Faisal before moving to Elmina Sharks in 2015. By: Abdul Wadudu Osman

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Abidjan FC and Elmina Sharks battle for Roger lamptey

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  Sekondi Hasaacas striker Roger Lamptey has emerged as a transfer target for Ivorian side Abidjan FC . Lamptey who is also on the radar of Elmina Sharks will have to make a decision on his future in the coming weeks as he has already revealed that he is not going to feature for Hasaacas again. The 22 year old prodigy played in 24 out of the 30 games for Sekondi Hassacas in the just ended Division One league season, scoring 10 goals and providing 12 assists. Roger Lamptey played…

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Amankwah snubs Aduana again

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WAFA right back Caleb Amankwah has declined a move to Ghana Premier League champions Aduana Stars. Amankwah was one of the outstanding players of WAFA as they finished second in the 2016/2017 Ghana Premier League season and has caught the eyes of the Dormaa-based club. Aduana are in the market looking for a replacement for their skipper Godfred Saka who is in Nigeria and is expected to sign for Enyimba FC but Amankwah seems not to be enthused about playing in Ghana. According to a close source, the youngster is…

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Aduana and Kotoko to send names to CAF by December 31.

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Reigning Ghana Premier League champions Aduana Stars as well as 2016/2017 MTN FA Cup winners Kumasi Asante Kotoko have until December 31, 2017 to submit their list the CAF Champions League as well as the Confederations Cup. Footballmadeinghana.com can reveal that the African football ruling body has giving all the clubs on the continent who will be participating in the two elite competitions the last day of 2017 as the deadline to send the names of the players they will use in the competition to their outfit for registration. However,…

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Genoa set sight on Acquah

TURIN, ITALY - APRIL 02:  Afriyie Acquah of FC Torino in action during the Serie A match between FC Torino and Udinese Calcio at Stadio Olimpico di Torino on April 2, 2017 in Turin, Italy.  (Photo by Valerio Pennicino/Getty Images)

  Italian Serie A side Genoa have made Ghana international Afriyie Acquah their prime target for the impending wintr transfer window. Genoa have already signed former Villareal attacker Giuseppe Rossi and have snow switched their attention to the aggressive Torino enforcer as they seek to add more steel to their midfield. Renowned Italian sports portal Calciomercato reports that Genoa are ready to open negotiations with Torino on Acquah with less than a month to the window. Genoa have been poor in the middle for a year since the sale of…

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Dreams FC backs league Reforms

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Premier League clubs in the country are hopeful that, the proposed reforms by the Ghana Football Association (GFA) would change the face of domestic game. The GFA, a couple of weeks back, organised a three-day Executive Summit in Cape Coast to consider ways to make the Ghanaian game attractive. The Summit has since received extensive media reviews with clubs expressing varying opinions on it. The latest club to share their thoughts on the GFA’s summit is Dreams FC, whose President, Mohammed Jiji Alifoe, in a statement released on Monday, commended…

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