Asante Kotoko SC recorded the height signings of the closed transfer window, joint with newly promoted side Bibiani Gold Stars FC, 12.
Kotoko, however was the club with the most outs,9.
The Porcupines bottled 7 points lead between them and eventual winners of the league last season, Hearts of Oak.
Targeting the ultimate in the forthcoming season, the team did an overhaul during the window, terminating 7 players’ contract.
Captain and longest servant, Felix Annan as well as right back Samuel Frimpong parted ways with the club based on the players’ desire for new adventure after lack of game time in the past season.
Deputy captain, Emmanuel Gyamfi, Latif Anabla, Habib Mohammed, Kwame Adom Frimpong, Wahab Adams were axed to make way for fresh faces.
Naiby Keita and Augustine Okrah were out of contract at the end of the season and thus had to bid farewell to Kotoko.
The Reds in their recruitment signed, Stephen Amankona from Berekum Chelsea, Richard Boadu And Samuel Appiah from Medeama SC, ex-Inter Allies midfielder Richmond Lamptey and a host of youngsters who could be great for the club in the future.
Whereas, Emmanuel Sarkodie and Osman Ibrahim joined King Faisal on loan.
Asante Kotoko signings put together by Mohammed Shaban
1. Richmond Lamptey- Free Transfer
2. Maxwell Agyemang- Mighty Royals
3. Clinton Opoku – Phar Rangers
4. Samuel Boateng- Future Stars
5. Samuel Appiah- Medeama
6. Richard Boadu- Medeama
7. Augustine Agyapong – Delsanco
8. Isaac Oppong – Bectero Sessana
9. Sherif Mohammed- Steadfast
10. Dickson Afoakwa- Free
11. Joseph Amoako- Young Red bull
12. Stephen Amankona – Berekum Chelsea
Kwame Adom Frimpong
Osman Ibrahim – Loan
Emmanuel Sarkodie – Loan
Godfred Asiamah- yet to find a club