Defender Abass Mohammed could leave Kotoko in the coming weeks.
The left-back has reportedly been informed his services will no longer be needed at the Club.
Abass has barely featured for Kotoko since joining as a free agent upon his return from the States.
The former Inter Allies defender could only manage a handful of appearances in the team’s NC Special Cup competition.
He was unable to play a single game in Kotoko’s Africa campaign falling behind Patrick Yeboah and youngster Evans Owusu who have been the preferred choices.
The Porcupine Warriors are already preparing to embark on a mass rebuilding exercise with some fringe players likely to be axed from the squad.
Sources reveal Ivorian midfielder Alex Arnold Didi has agreed to accept a pay cut by the Club to remain in the team.
Ugandan forward George Abege, Martin Antwi and Kwame Boahene could all leave the Club before the start of the new season.
By Frank Darkwah