Ghanaian international, Stephen Badu Dankwah is now a step closer to completing a move to Georgian side FC Dila Gori, Ghanasportspage.com can confirm.
The Guaders and the 22-year-old player have agreed personal terms and a deal is expected to go through in the following days.
The midfielder attracted interest from the likes of Accra Hearts of Oak, Asante Kotoko, Nations and other Ghanaian clubs following a successful spell with the Northern giants.
Confirming the news to Ghanasportspage.com, Dankwah said: “It is true that FC Dila have approached me. I am negotiating with them,” he stated.
Asked about why he turned down offers from some Ghanaian clubs including Accra Hearts of Oak, he said: “Every player is willing to play at the highest level. Kotoko and Hearts of Oak are all big clubs but their players are also fighting to play outside the country. It will be good for me to leave if an outside country has shown interest in me because of my performance with RTU.
“Accra Hearts of Oak, Nations FC and others approached me but I think the offer outside the country will help me.”
The 22-year-old midfielder will sign a two-year deal with the Georgian side. He is expected to leave Ghana to finalize the deal in the coming days.
“We haven’t signed any contract for now but I have received everything. It is a two-year contract. We are putting things together and I will sign after my arrival.”
Stephen Badu Dankwa ended the 2022/23 season as top assist maker with seven.
He will be joining Dila Gori as a free agent following the expiration of his contract with Real Tamale United.