Two-time Ghana Premier League title winners Aduana Stars risk losing midfielder Elvis Opoku who could join Legon Cities as a free agent when the major transfer window opens next year, according to Sunyani-based Nimdie3 FM.
The 26-year-old midfielder wants to quit the Fire Club after failing to settle in with the side.
Accra-based Legon Cities FC offered USD$15,000 to sign the former Gold Stars midfielder in the second window but Aduana declined the offer.
The 1.75 m player has approximately 8 months left on his Aduana Stars contract and has kicked against signing a new deal.
This means the midfielder could walk a free agent when the window opens again.
However, Aduana have spotted an opportunity to cash in on the midfielder when FIFA grants the Ghana Football Association an opportunity to open another transfer window in post-COVID-19.
The Ghana Football Association has declared that they may open a grace period for clubs to register players as they believe the COVID-19 global pandemic contributed to clubs’ failure to register players.
Aduana Stars will listen to offers from clubs and will cash in on him.