Ghana Premier League side, Aduana Stars are in talks with Emmanuel Gyamfi over a possible transfer move.
Gyamfi who scored seven goals in all competitions for the Porcupines is said to leave the Porcupines in the ongoing transfer window.
The winger had his contract with the Reds extended for 18 months upon expiration few months ago.
Reports were rife in the local media that the former Legon Cities forward showed a defiant attitude in the 2020-21 season after his contract extension which left the management of the club and some fans wondering whether it was worth it.
However, the Porcupines are willing to release the speedster as they are bent on building a new team to compete for the Premiership next season.
A source close to the deal confirmed to Ghanasportspage.com that Gyamfi has been in Dormaa twice to meet Nana Agyemang Badu, who’s the owner of Aduana Stars to negotiate his personal terms with the latest being last week.
The source further disclosed that negotiations are far advanced between Aduana and Gyamfi and a deal could be struck in the coming days should they reach an agreement with Asante Kotoko.
Gyamfi, one of the longest serving players in the team joined Asante Kotoko in 2016 from Wa All Stars after a short stint with an Armenian side.
Gyamfi, 26, has won 5 major honors with the Kumasi-based club since his arrival in 2016 including the 2017 MTN FA Cup with 18 goals to his credit.