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Asante Kotoko were the biggest spenders in the just ended transfer window in Ghana.

The Porcupine Warriors splashed a whopping sum of GHC 850,000 to sign eleven new players.

The Ghanaian powerhouse were able to recruit the likes of Bennet Ofori and Richard Osei Agyemang from Berekum Chelsea, Medeama SC defender Evans Quao, Theophilous Nyame from Sekondi Hasaacas as wells as Kwame Boateng from Great Olympics.

Other signings made by the Club includes Samuel Kyere, Hilipha Sedogo, Evans Nyarko and goalkeeper Ernest Sowah.

League Champions Ashanti Gold in their quest to excel in Africa spent big in the transfer market by releasing GHC 700,000 to bring in new players.

Aduana Stars followed with GHC 600,000 with Hearts of Oak forking out GHC 450,000 to sign nine new players.

Medeama SC completes the top five spenders in the transfer market as they splashed GHC 400,000 on their new signings.


Below is the list in particular other

Kotoko                -      GHC 850,000

Ashanti Gold       -      GHC700, 000

Aduana Stars       -      GHC600, 000

Hearts of Oak       -     GHC450, 000

Medeama SC        -      GHC400, 000

Inter-Allies           -     GHC350, 000

Dreams FC            -     GHC250, 000

Techiman City       -    GHC150, 000

WA All Stars          -     GHC100,000

Hasaacas               -     GHC560, 000

Bechem United     -     GHC50, 000

Chelsea                 -     GHC50, 000

WAFA                    -     GHC40, 000

Edubiase               -     GHC30, 000

Liberty                   -    GHC30, 000


Total                      -    GHC4, 533,000

Source: ghanasportsonline.com

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