Former Aduana Stars midfielder Zakaria Mumuni is reportedly on the verge of joining Asante Kotoko on a three-year deal.
Zakaria, who left Aduana in January 2019 to ply his trade with Congolese giant AS Vita Club has returned to the country after ending his stay with the club.
Reports indicates that the midfield gem has agreed a three-year deal to join the Porcupine Warriors as they look to show fringe players the exit door, and, as well, strengthen the squad for the upcoming season and the CAF Champions League qualifying rounds.
He joined Aduana from WAFA in 2016 and spent three years with the Dormaa-based club before leaving the country for Congo.
On the other hand, Kotoko has completed the signing of free agent and Black Stars goalkeeper Razak Abalora, who parted ways with his club Azam FC in Tanzania
It is widely reported that, they are looking to convince former Arsenal defender Emmanuel Frimpong to sign for the club – meanwhile he announced his retirement from football in March 2019 due to niggling injuries.
By: Kofi Amoah