Asante Kotoko have reached an agreement with Medeama for the transfer of midfielder Richard Boadu ‘Agadas’ and defender Samuel Appiah, the two clubs have confirmed.
Although the duo were initially linked with a move to Serbian giants Partizan Belgrade and even had trial with them, the deal fell through at the eleventh hour.
As a result, Medeama were forced to make business with Kotoko as new coach Prosper Ogum Narteh is in the market to look for quality players to argument his squad.
“We have reached an agreement with Asante Kotoko SC for the permanent transfer of midfielder Richard Boadu and defender Samuel Appiah,” a Medeama statement read.
“We thank the two players for their outstanding contributions to the club,” the statement added.
Appiah, on the other hand, made 22 league appearances and could not score a goal.
With Augustine Okrah, Felix Annan and Wahab Adams leaving Kotoko, Boadu and Appiah join Richmond Nii Lamptey, Maxwell Agyemang, Clinton Opoku and Stephen Boateng as the new signees.