11:50 - Danlad Ibrahim stays at Kotoko as Aduana Stars last-minute bid turned down
The Porcupine Warriors have rejected a second bid from Aduana Stars for the acquisition of the Ghana U20 goalkeeper Ibrahim Danlad on the transfer deadline day, Kickgh.com can exclusively confirm.
Ghana Premier League giants Asante Kotoko have turned down a last-minute offer from Aduana Stars.
The young goalie will be part of Asante Kotoko squad for the 2020/21 season.
11:20 - FAILED MOVE! Justice Blay to Asante Kotoko called off
Ghana Premier League giants Asante Kotoko failed to reach an agreement with Medeama SC over the acquisition of Justice Blay on the transfer deadline day, Kickgh.com can exclusively confirm.
The Porcupine Warriors last offer to secure the signature of the 28-year-old from the Yellow and Mauves lads was turned down by the club.
Kickgh.com can exclusively report that Asante Kotoko's payment plan of acquiring the combative midfielder was rejected as Medeama SC asked for full payment of the agreed transfer fee ($50,000).
Blay has contract with Medeama SC until May 2022.
10:30 - Mohammed Gouni seals move to Berekum Chelsea
Ghana Premier League side, Berekum Chelsea have completed the acquisition of the budding talented striker, Mohammed Gouni on transfer deadline day.
Gouni joined the Biribes lads on a free transfer ahead of the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League season.
The 17-year-old was discovered during the Baby Jet U16 tournament in 2019 where he was adjudjed the top scorer of the tournament.
Gouni underwent trials at Italian Serie A club Bologna
10:20 - Dreams snap up Solomon Twene
Dreams FC have signed experienced left-back Solomon Twene as a player of the club following successful medicals.
Twene whose last outing was in the Sudanese league signed a 3-year contract with the Still Believe lads on the transfer deadline day.
The skillful left-back joins the club on a free agent after a successful season with Sudanese giant Al Shorta Al Qadarif, scoring four goals for his former side.
09:55 - Hearts of Oak grab 10 players
The Phobians have signed ten (10) players for their 2020/21 season's campaign, Kickgh.com can exclusively confirm.
Ghana Premier League giants Accra Hearts of Oak have successfully re-signed Patrick Razak on the transfer deadline day.
Youngsters Enock Addo, Benjamin Nana Yeboah (GK), Franklin Owusu and Daniel Yeboah will be part of the Phobians squad for the upcoming season.
Niger international Abdourahmane Mamane Lawali, Ademola Kuti and Eric Dizan have also been signed.
Samartex FC striker Victor Aidoo and Isaac Mensah of Nkoranza Warriors have also completed their moves to the One-time CAF Champions League winners.
09:30 - Kofi Owusu, Richard Mpong and Kenneth Owusu join Aduana Stars
Aduana Stars have strengthened their squad for the 2020/21 season with former Ghana Premier League goal king Kofi Owusu.
Also, their former players Kenneth Owusu and Richard Mpong have rejoined them from Elmina Sharks on the transfer deadline day
09:05 - Stephen Sarfo returns to Berekum Chelsea
Berekum Chelsea have beefed up their upfront with the 2017 WAFU Cup goal king, Stephen Sarfo after a fruitful negotiations
09:01 - Collins Ameyaw rejoins Berekum Chelsea
Berekum Chelsea have completed the re-signing of Collins Ameyaw who left Asante Kotoko after being declared as surplus to requirements
09:00 - AshantiGold promotes Kamaradini Mamudu to first team
Kamaradini Mamudu will be part of AshantiGold SC squad for the 2020/21 season
08:56 - Abdul Bashiru joins AshantiGold SC
Former Dreams FC captain Abdul Bashiru has officially joined the Obuasi-based club on the transfer deadline day
He was one of the highly-rated fullbacks in the Ghana Premier League four seasons ago.
08:30 - Fuseini Mohammed signed by Liberty Professionals
A former Beach Soccer player who played for Inter Allies last term, Fuseini Mohammed has been signed on a free transfer by Liberty Professionals.
He inked a two-year deal with an option of renewal.
08:17 - Edward Kpodo rejoins Berekum Chelsea
One-time Ghana Premier League Champions Berekum Chelsea have secured the signature of their former player Edward Kpodo for the upcoming season.
08:10 - Matthew Anim-Cudjoe joins Legon Cities on loan
Division One League side Young Apostles FC have loaned out Matthew Anim-Cudjoe to Legon Cities on a season-long loan deal.
The transfer fee remains undisclosed.
08:00 - Ghana all top-scorer Asamoah Gyan seals move to Legon Cities
Legon Cities have acquired the services of Asamoah Gyan on a free transfer after a fruitful negotiations.
He has joined the Royals on a one-year deal with an option of renewal.
07:30 - Legon Cities FC sign Joseph Adjei and Nasiru Moro
The Royals have acquired Nasiru Moro and Joseph Adjei on the transfer deadline day, Kickgh.com can exclusively confirm.
Moro has joined Legon Cities on a free transfer after ending his stay with Jordanian second-tier club Sahab FC.
The workaholic midfielder was part of the Wa All Stars squad that won the Ghana Premier League in 2016
Adjei has signed for Legon Cities for their 2020/21 season's campaign after ending his contract at Indian club Aizawl FC.
He played an instrumental role in Wa All Stars league truimph during the 2016/17 season.
Following his explosive performance, Adjei was signed by South African club Cape Town City FC.
The stalwart centre-back had unsuccessful stint at the South African club where he was offloaded.
He has previously featured for Al Oruba, Oklahoma City FC and Malkiya SC in Malaysia
06:50 - Legon Cities FC confirm signing of Michael Ampadu and Vincent Adu Gyamfi
Ghana Premier League side Legon Cities FC have confirmed the acquisition of Vincent Adu Gyamfi and Micheal Ampadu.
Adu Gyamfi is joining the Royals from Division One League side Young Apostles FC.
As Kickgh.com earlier reported Micheal Ampadu has sealed a three-year move to Legon Cities.
06:30 - Maxwell Baako leaves Kotoko after rejecting new deal
The talented winger has left the Porcupine Warriors following the expiration of his contract, Kickgh.com can exclusively confirm.
Asante Kotoko forward Maxwell Baakoh has rejected a contract extension offer from the club on the transfer deadline day
The 24-year-old and his representatives declined a new two-year contract offered by the Kumasi-based club after unfruitful talks.
The management of Asante Kotoko meeting with Baakoh's representatives ended unsuccessful as the club failed to meet their demands, a close source told Kickgh.com
Baakoh joined the Ghana Premier League giants on a two-year deal from Karela United ahead of their 2018 CAF Confederation Cup campaign.
The former Wa All Stars (now Legon Cities) talisman underwent a knee surgery earlier this year which kept him out of 2019/20 Ghana Premier League which was cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
His stint at Asante Kotoko has hampered by series of injuries which keep him out of action for several months
His three-year deal with Asante Kotoko expired on October 30.
04:45 - King Faisal have signed another four players
Ghana Premier League side King Faisal FC have completed the signing of four players from lower-tier side Star Makers FC
The four players are Enoch Morrison, Daniel Yemoh, Frank Manu and Daniel Okine
03:00 - Legon Cities snatch Elmina Sharks striker Raphael Ocloo
Ghana Premier League side Legon Cities FC have snapped up Elmina Sharks striker Raphael Ocloo on the transfer deadline day.
The 25-year-old has joined the Royals on a three-year deal after a passing a mandatory medical test.
Ocloo was one of the highly-rated attackers in the Division One League during his stay at Okyeman Planners FC (now Planners Athletic FC).
He joined Elmina Sharks from the second-tier club prior to the start of the 2019/20 Ghana Premier League season.
Ocloo scored one goal in his seven appearances for Elmina Sharks in the 2019/20 Ghana Premier League season which was cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Legon Cities FC have already signed Liberty Professionals captain Michael Ampadu, Nicholas Gyan, Baba Mahama, Samuel Norgbey, Ali Foster Braimah and Jonah Attuaquaye.
02:20 - Eleven Wonders sign five players from Dreams FC
Dreams have loaned out four of its senior players to Techiman Eleven Wonders on the transfer deadline day
Abdul Zakaria Mugeez will spend another season with the Sure Wonders lads from Dreams FC.
Also, Prince Okraku, Adu Boahene, Abdulai Ibrahim and Samuel Boakye have also been farmed out to the Techiman based club until the end of the season.
02:00 - King Faisal sign Gideon Offei Ofori
Ghana Premier League side King Faisal have completed the signing of Gideon Offei Ofori until the end of the season
He has joined the Kumasi-based club on a season-long loan deal from Dreams FC
02:00 - Michael Sefah parts ways with Liberty Professionals
Midfielder Micheal Sefah has ended his stay at Ghana Premier League side Liberty Professionals.
The 24-year-old has left the Dansoman based club by mutual consent.
Sefah was with the Gabonese second tier side for half season helping them gain promotion to the top-flight before switching camp to AS Pelican, also in the Gabonese top-flight with whom he stayed with for three seasons.
He returned to Ghana to relaunch his career with Liberty Professionals last season and was instrumental for the Dansoman based club in the 2019 Normalisation Committee Special Competition.
01:32 - Taufiq Shaibu joins Inter Allies
Inter Allies FC have completed the capturing of striker Taufiq Shaibu from Tudu Mighty Jets.
The young striker arrives for an undisclosed fee and has signed a three-year deal.
He came up through the ranks at Mighty Jets and had the opportunity to play with the Division One side, notably in the NC Special Competition and the Division One League last season.
12:05: Karela United open talks with James Akaminko
The Aiyinase-based club has opened discussions with the Black Stars 'B' midfielder over a possible switch on the transfer deadline day.
Ghana Premier League side Karela United have made a sensational move to sign James Akaminko as the transfer window shuts at midnight.
Kickgh.com can exclusively report that officials of Karela United have submitted a mouthwatering package to 25-year-old midfielder whose contract with Tunisian club US Tataouine was abrogated after one month.
Akaminko is currently unattached after his three-year contract with US Tataouine was terminated after failing to impress the club's technical team during their preseason exercise.
11:45 - Sam Adams rejoins Aduana Stars
The two-time Ghana Premier League rulers, Aduana Stars have officially re-signed the versatile player ahead of the 2020/21 season.
Asante Kotoko outcast Sam Adams has completed his switch to Aduana Stars after a fruitful negotiations
The 30-year-old has re-joined the Dormaa-based club after his contract with Asante Kotoko was abrogated after ten months.
The diminutive player played a key role in the Dormaa Ahenkro-based club's run to the 2016/17 Premier League title and their Super Cup triumph in 2018.
He failed to live up to expectation at the Kumasi-based club since his arrival in December last year.
Adams made only three appearances for Asante Kotoko in the 2019/20 Ghana Premier League season which was cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic
11:30 - King Faisal sign nine players
King Faisal have beefed up their squad with nine players for the 2020/21 season's campaign.
Three fromer players namely Prince Papa Arkoh, Sulley Mohammed and Pius Baffour have rejoined the Insha Allah boys for the upcoming season.
Former Wa All Stars centre-back Saddick Adams has joined the Kumasi-based club with his former teammate Yakubu Wadudu.
King Faisal have also signed Misbawu Adam Okoronko, Kwadwo Frimpong, Razak Oga Gariba and Mutawakilu Fuseini.
Kickgh.com understands that Michael Amoah is on the verge of joining on loan from Dreams FC.
10:40 - FAILED MOVE! Karim Alhassan move to Berekum Chelsea hit snag
Berekum Chelsea attempt to sign experienced defender Karim Alhassan for their 2020/21 season's campaign has collapsed, Kickgh.com can confirm.
The former Hearts of Oak centre-back was on his way to the Berekum based club but the move has hit snag after unfruitful negotiations.
Alhassan previously featured for Zamalek, Adana Demirspor, Black Leopards, FK Radnicki and Al Merreikh
All Done Deal at 10:30pm
Zakaria Alhassan, Prince Acquah, Derrick Boateng, Bright Adjei, Sam Adams
Razak Abalora, Andrews Kwadwo Appau, Patrick Asmah, Fabio Gama, Mubarik Yusif, Abdul Latif Anabila, Evans Adomako Wiredu, Kwame Opoku, Emmanuel Keyekeh, Emmanuel Sarkodie
Yaw Annor, Kwame Moses, Stephen Bentil, Micheal Ennu, Hans Kwofie, Nathaniel Asamoah Dacosta Boadu, Matthew Agama, Empem Dacosta and Mohamed Bailou
Alhassan Traoré, Benedict Osei, Listowel Amankona, Francis Twene, Sagacious Opoku, Bright Adjei, Boubacar Doumbia, Moussa Traoré, Stephen Owusu Kaakyire
James Wiafe Iniesta, Alfred Okai Quaye
Joseph Esso, Abel Manomey, Agyenim Boateng, Philemon McCarthy, Ali Huzaif
Ollenu Ashitey, Jonah Aryetey, Nana Yaw, Perry Addison Rockson, Douglas Nkrumah, Tetteh Nortey
Anthony Quayson, Daniel Nii Adjei
Ebenezer Sekyere, Charles Danso Otu, Mannan Mudasiru, Michael Otoo
HEARTS OF OAK
Eric Dizan, Ademola Kuti, Abdourahamane Mamane Lawali, Nuru Sulley, Abednego Tetteh, Patrick Razak, Victor Kwaku Aidoo, Isaac Mensah
Ali Isah, Michael Kporvi, Emmanuel Adjetey,
Richard Baidoo, Prosper Arvo, Umar Bashiru, Obed Kofi Sam, Yaw Ansah Fufro, Augustine Randolph, Godfred Adotey
Prince Papa Arkoh, Misbawu Adam Okoronko, Yakubu Wadudu, Saddick Adams, Pius Baffour, Kwadwo Frimpong, Sulley Mohammed, Razak Oga Gariba, Mutawakilu Fuseini, Michael Amoah
Baba Mahama, Jonah Attuaquaye, Ali Braimah Foster, Nicholas Gyan, Micheal Ampadu
Maxwell Kavar, Osman Adams, Emmanuel Paga, Daniel Amissah, Seedorf Asante Afful, Maxwell Ansah, Ben Nash Quansah, Razak Boame
Kwadwo Asamoah, Patrick Yeboah, Frank Boateng, Musah Baba Abdulai, Abdul Basit Adam, Abass Mohammed
9:30 - James Wiafe Iniesta joins Berekum Chelsea
Berekum Chelsea have completed the signing of James Wiafe Iniesta on the transfer deadline day.
The 23-year-old has joined the Biribes lads until the end of the season from Dreams FC.
Iniesta career at Dreams FC was hampered by the injury he sustained ahead of the 2018 Ghana Premier League.
He helped the Still Believe lads to clinch the 2018 GHALCA G-8 tournament.
Wiafe joined the Dawu-based club from second-tier side Proud United on a four-year deal in 2018.
08:30 - Legon Cities sign Micheal Ampadu
The Royals have acquired the talented right-back for their 2020/21 season campaign, Kickgh.com can exclusively confirm.
Ghana Premier League side Legon Cities FC have completed the signing of Michael Ampadu on the transfer deadline day.
Kickgh.com can confirm that the 22-year-old has joined the Capital based club on a three-year deal after ending stay with fellow Premiership side Liberty Professionals.
Ampadu is one of the highly-rated fullbacks in the Ghana Premier League with his scintillating output at Liberty Professionals.
His sterling performance earned him a call-up to the Black Meteors which he featured in the 2020 Africa U23 Cup of Nations qualifiers.
He was heavily linked with a move to Ghanaian giants Hearts of Oak and other Premier League clubs following his exploits at the Dansoman-based club for the past two seasons.
Ampadu scored one goal in his fourteen league appearances for Liberty Professionals before the 2019/20 Ghana Premier League season was suspended due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
7:30 - Dreams FC loan out Michael Amoah to King Faisal
The Insha Allah boys have captured Ghana Armed Forces personnel for their next season's campaign.
Ghana Premier League side King Faisal FC have completed the signing of Micheal Kwame Amoah on the transfer deadline day.
The 23-year-old has joined the Kumasi-based club on a season-long loan deal from fellow Premiership side Dreams FC
Dreams FC opted to farm out the winger who joined them in 2018 due to lack of regular playing time at the Dawu-based club under Coach Winfred Dormon.
The lanky attacker who also works as a Military officer was signed by King Faisal after impressing the club's technical team during a three-week trial.
Amoah was once invited for the Ghana U23 team ahead of the 2019 Africa U23 Cup of Nations staged in Egypt but was later dropped.