Ghanaian champions, Asante Kotoko are set to lose another key player following the departure of Franck Etouga Mbella.
Georges Mfegue, who is set to leave the Porcupine Warriors contributed eight goals and four assists to the club as they won their 25th league title last season.
He shares the same agent with his compatriot Franck Etouga Mbella who engineered a move last week and Mfegue is also expected to also leave the club with a switch to the Egyptian side in the coming days.
Mfegue played in the two CAF Champions League preliminary matches against RC Kadiogo which Kotoko eventually lost 3-1 on penalties and that may be his last for the club.
According to report, the Cameronian international is leaving the Ghanaian champions to Egyptian side Ismaily SC.
The Porcupine Warriors completed the signing of the 25-year-old striker from Avion FC in October last year and helped the team to win their 25th GPL title.