A look at the Ghana Premier League transfer of players


The Ghana Premier League is slated to start on Friday 13 November, 2020

This season's Ghana Premier League transfer window has by far been one of the most exciting

windows in recent times.

Ghanaian Premier League club have digged deep into the market signing players from all cylinders ;

Brazil, Italy, Liberia, Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Tanzania and many more to augment their squad ahead of a

hugely anticipated season, November 13,2020.

Saharafootball.net takes a look at the numerous signings made by clubs in the shut window, October



The Two time Ghana Premier League champions have sign a handful of players; Zakaria Alhassan, Prince

Acquah, Derrick Boateng, Sam Adams, Alex Asamoah, Richard Mpong, Kenneth Owusu, Bright Adjei to

augment their already quality setup underneath Paa Kwesi Fabian's fold.


The Kumasi based giants didn't disappoint their fans in the current window by whetting their appetite

with a plethora of ten new players, Razak Abalora, Andrews Kwadwo Appau, Patrick Asmah, Fabio

Gama, Mubarik Yusif, Abdul Latif Anabila, Evans Adomako Wiredu, Kwame Opoku, Emmanuel Keyekeh

and Sarkodie. Maxwell Konadu will feel hard done by the clubs inability to secure a signing of Justice



Confederation Cup hopefuls will look to better their top four finish after securing deals with, Yaw Annor,

Kwame Moses, Stephen Bentil, Micheal Ennu, Hans Kwofie, Nathaniel Asamoah Dacosta Boadu,

Matthew Agama, Empem Dacosta, Abdul Bashiru, Kamaradin Mamadu and Mohamed Bailou.


Midtable club Bechem United have signed nine players Alhassan Traoré, Benedict Osei, Listowel

Amankona, Francis Twene, Sagacious Opoku, Bright Adjei, Boubacar Doumbia, Moussa Traoré, Stephen

Owusu Kaakyire.


The former Ghana Premier League winners signed some players into their outfit, James Wiafe Iniesta,

Alfred Okai Quaye, Stephen Sarfo, Kofi Owusu, Collins Ameyaw, Edward Kpodo to compliment Asare

Bediako in his quest to win the coveted domestic trophy.


In the truncated season, the "Still Believe” side flattered to deceive, their attacking deficiencies were

evident for all to see as well as their defensive frailties. This time around, they managed to secure a big

name signing in Joseph Esso from Hearts of Oak in addition to Abel Manomey, Agyenim Boateng,

Philemon McCarthy and Ali Huzaif.


The Crabs nearly got relegated but for the impact of the coronavirus which meant that the league had to

upheld for sometime before it was later cancelled, this time around they have acquired Leventius Attah,

Godwin Adepah, George Asamoah, Richard Amoah to augment their setup ahead of the new season not

forgetting their never ending off the field liquidation issues which hovers around their necks.


Struggling Eleven Wonders will look to better their status in the league after closing moves for Ollenu

Ashitey, Jonah Aryetey, Nana Yaw, Perry Addison Rockson, Douglas Nkrumah, Tetteh Nortey, Prince

Okraku, Adu Boahene, Abdulai Ibrahim, Samuel Boakye.


Yaw Acheampong's side were one of few entertaining sides to watch in the recently truncated league,

picking vital wins on home and away turfs. Anthony Quayson, Daniel Nii Adjei have been added to an

exciting setup ahead of the new season.


Accra based Olympics escaped relegation by the skin of the teeth, when the league was cancelled as a

result of the coronavirus, they will look to push themselves higher up the ladder after securing the

signatures of Ebenezer Sekyere, Charles Danso Otu, Mannan Mudasiru, Michael Otoo.


The rainbow club will be looking to end their decade wait, when the season begins properly, after

securing the signature of Technical director, Carlos Pinto ahead of this season, as well as, fearsome

striker, Abednego Tetteh, Eric Dzian, Kuti Ademola, Abdourahamane Mamane Lawali, Victor Kwaku

Aidoo, Isaac Mensah and returnees, Nuru Sulley, Patrick Razak losing the dynamic duo of Kofi

Kordzi,Joseph Esso together with Christopher Bonney, Benjamin Agyare,Bernard Arthur and others.


Tema based club may have lost one of the country's predatory strikers, Victorien Adebayor to their

Danish counterparts, KB Hoge having acquired Ali Isah, Michael Kporvi, Emmanuel Adjetey, Taufiq as



Anyinase based Karela United will question what hit them last season but this season will be a new

chapter to write history,Richard Baidoo, Prosper Arvo, Umar Bashiru, Obed Kofi Sam, Yaw Ansah Fufro,

Augustine Randolph, Godfred Adotey have been added to the team ahead of the new season.


Prince Papa Arkoh, Misbawu Adam Okoronko, Yakubu Wadudu, Saddick Adams, Pius Baffour, Kwadwo

Frimpong, Sulley Mohammed, Razak Oga Gariba, Mutawakilu Fuseini, Michael Amoah, Enoch Morrison,

Daniel Yemoh, Frank Manu, Daniel Okine, Gideon Offei Ofori are new signings to have been added to the

"Insha Allahu” family the sole ambition of doing well this season.


The riche nouveau club will hope the acquisition of Blackstars general captain, Asamoah Gyan will

provide the needed edge heading into the season together with Nicholas Gyan, Anim Cudjoe, Baba

Mahama, Jonah Attuaquaye, Ali Braimah Foster,Micheal Ampadu, Joseph Adjei, Vincent Adu Gyamfi,

Raphael Ocloo, Nasiru Moro.


The Dansoman based outfit have copped as many as eight players into their fold heading into the 2020-

21 season.

The club have signed,Maxwell Kavar, Osman Adams,Razak Boame,Ben Nash Quansah,Maxwell Ansah,

Emmanuel Paga,Fuseini Mohammed, young budding talent in Seedorf Asante Afful as well as academy

graduate goalkeeper, Daniel Amissah.

The Scientific Soccer lads will look to improve on their fortunes for the about to kickoff 2020-21



The Mauve and Yellow side have secured one of the biggest sponsorship deals in the country. It's no

doubt that, they have announced six new players ahead of the start of the season.

Coach Samuel Boadu will have lots of experience to rely on in Frank Boateng,Abdul Basit Adam, Abass

Mohammed,Musah Baba Abdulai, Patrick Yeboah and the enterprising midfield gem Godfred Kwadwo

Asamoah. Having lost goal machine Prince Opoku Agyemang to Capetown FC, they will be happy to have

kept their prized asset, Justice Blay.


Interestingly, Sogakope based West Africa Football Academy (WAFA) signed just one player (Baffour Kyei)

can't sayam surprised judging from the fact that they are an academy which prides it's self with

grooming lads from the lower ranks and preparing them for the grand task ahead in the football circles.

The Ghana Premier League have twice been truncated under varied reasons, hopefully this 2020-21

season will successfully be completed once it takes off on November 13, 2020 with Aduana Stars and

Accra Hearts of Oak setting the tone for what could be an amazing season yet to unfold.

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