In The Summer Transfer Window, Five Ghanaian Football Players Are Probably Going To Make Some Major Moves

The biggest transaction completed thus far is Kylian Mbappé’s move to Real Madrid, and the summer transfer window for European clubs is well underway.

The 2024 transfer window is predicted to be quite active, particularly following the Copa America and the Euros, where certain players are likely to try out for transfers to other teams.

Several Ghanaian players’ names have been mentioned frequently as possible contenders to move clubs during the window. The trade of Ghanaian footballer Fatawu Issahaku from Sporting Lisbon to Leicester City is the biggest one to date.

Black Stars center-back Denis Odoi has also moved clubs, joining Royal Antwerp in Belgium from Club Brugge.

Five Ghanaian football players that are expected to make major transfers during this transfer window are brought to you by Yes Ghana Online.

Partey, Thomas

Thomas Partey’s future is uncertain because he has one year remaining on his contract and Arsenal has not indicated that they would extend it.

The midfield player has been closely associated with teams in Turkey, Italy, and Saudi Arabia. According to the most recent reports, he is currently in negotiations with the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia about a possible transfer.

Thomas Partey, who supposedly makes £250,000, would rise to the top of the continent’s income ladder if he relocated to Saudi Arabia.

Kudus Mohammed

Similar to Partey, Kudus has been closely associated with relocating to Saudi Arabia.

According to reliable reports from Ghana and England, Kudus is making a £150 million deal for the West Ham player. According to the claim, Kudus may make $300,000 every week.

According to additional sources, West Ham is probably going to turn down Al Ittihad’s bid and hang onto its top player.

Baba Rahman

Baba Rahman has been linked to a return to the Ghana Premier League after his stellar play in the Greek league.

Some Ghanaian media outlets claim that teams like Brentford and Brighton are keeping a close eye on Baba Rahman and are interested in signing him.

Daniel A. Martey

After leaving Leicester City to join Besiktas in Turkey a year ago, Daniel Amartey has been linked to leaving the team.

The Ghanaian center back’s lack of playing time in the Turkish league has cost him a spot with the Black Stars.

According to media sources, Amartey is a player that Scottish team Celtic is seriously contemplating signing to their roster.

Danlad Ibrahim

The goalie for the Black Stars is one of more than twenty players who left Kumasi Asante Kotoko after the Ghanaian football season of 2023–2024.

After the 2023 AFCON, Danlad Ibrahim lost his position as Kotoko’s starting shot-stopper, and he hasn’t played for the Black Stars since.

Hearts of Oak are thought to be interested in the goalkeeper, who has given his team instructions to negotiate with any team that shows interest in him.

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