BREAKING: New Premiership club to gazump Kotoko goalkeeper Ibrahim Danlad's move to Chelsea Featured
02 Dec

BREAKING: New Premiership club to gazump Kotoko goalkeeper Ibrahim Danlad's move to Chelsea

The Aiyinase-based club are set to gazump the move of the talented shot-stopper to Berekum Chelsea, Kickgh.com can exclusively confirm.

Ghana Premier League side Karela United is the latest club to join race to sign Ibrahim Danlad from Asante Kotoko.
 
The young goalkeeper who turned 17 years today will be loaned out by the Porcupine Warriors for a season-long loan deal ahead of the new season.
 
Earlier this week, it was reported that Berekum Chelsea are in advanced talks with Asante Kotoko over the possible loan acquisition of the former Ghana U17 netminder.
 
Kickgh.com can exclusively report that Karela United have also expressed interest in signing the 17-year-old for their next season's campaign.
 
Karela United duo Kofi Mensah and Isaac Hagan have left the club following the expiration of their contracts.
 
Danlad is leaving Kotoko for a loan stint at a Premiership club due to lack of regular playing time at the club with the presence of Felix Annan, Osei Kwame and Kwame Baah.
 
He was a member of the Ghana U23 squad that finished fourth position at the 2019 Africa U23 Cup of Nations staged in Egypt
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