Exclusive: Akaminko terminates Eskisehispor contract.

Ghana international Jerry Akaminko has part ways with Turkish side Eskişehirspor over monetary issues. Footballmadeinghana.com understands that the towering defender wanted 14 million Euros which was his accumulated unpaid salaries and bonuses but Eskişehirspor are ready to pay only 9 million Euros which has not gone down well with the player. Akaminko has thus tended in a contract termination letter and is on his way to FIFA so that the World football governing body can force Eskiesehirspor to pay the money. His current contract was due to expire in the…

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Leicester to keep Amartey

  Leicester City are bent on keeping Ghana international Daniel Amartey. The versatile defender has attracted lots of interest from various clubs including Stoke City, West Brom and Swansea but the Foxes are eager to keep him. Amartey, 23, is looking for an avenue for more playing time after being restricted to the bench last season. Footballmadeinghana.com understand that manager Claude Puel has restored confidence in the 23-year-old and he wants to keep him for the coming campaign. Currently he is valued at £4.50m and his contract expires in June…

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Alaves near Twumasi capture

  Ghana Black Stars attacker Patrick Twumasi is set to join Spanish La Liga side Deportivo Alaves. According to a report by Fichajales, talks between Kazakhstani club Astana and Alaves are at an advanced stage and the Ghanaian can fly to Spain any moment to complete his personal terms. Twumasi, 24, has been the livewire of Astana since joining them from Latvian side FC Spartaks but he is bent on leaving as he has achieved all in the Euro-Asia country. His current deal with Astana expires in the summer of…

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Twumasi to sign for Goztepe

  Turkish Superlig side Göztepe have confirmed that they have reached advanced talks with Ghana forward Patrick Twumasi. The 24-year-old attacker was a transfer target of the Izmir-based club last summer but the deal failed to go through making him to stay at Astana. Turkish tabloid Fanatic quoted Goztepe that they have almost reached an agreement with Twumasi and he could fly to Turkey to sign soon. “We have been able to persuade Patrick Twumasi the player we wanted last season but could not get. The Ghanaian footballer is expected…

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Oti Akenteng lauds Aduana Stars

  Technical director of the Ghana Football Association, Francis Oti Akenteng has praised Aduana Stars following their 2-1 CAF Confederations Cup win over AS Vita on Wednesday. Akenteng who is also part of the two-man liaison team helping to restructure Ghana football believes Aduana Stars did well despite playing no active football locally. “I think it was not bad considering where the team is coming from, we are not playing league in Ghana so for the team to put up such performance, they need to be commended,” Akenteng told Happy…

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