African Women’s champions Mamelodi Sundowns are reportedly prepared to lure Evelyn Badu form Hasaacas Ladies in record transfer in January.
Downs Women’s hierarchy is set to offer Evlyn Badu a transfer deal in return for her impressive performance in the 2020-2021 Caf Women’s Champions League.
The Ghanaian International pulled surprise in the competition striking brace each in first two games for Hasaacas Ladies.
The Hasaacas Ladies forward has popped up on the radar of African Women’s champions Mamelodi Sundowns who pocketed Evelyn Badu in the finals at 30 June Stadium in Cairo.
The South African side conquered the maiden Caf Women’s Champions League after beating Ghana Premier League champions Hasaacas Ladies 2-0 in Egypt last week.
Sundowns are reportedly willing to invest in their women’s team to be able to dominate the competition for long.
Having be aware that they would be challenged for the title next season with the likes of Hasaacas Ladies, Malabo Kings, Al Ahly and ASFAR also ready to strengthen their squad next term, Sundowns have eyes on a couple of women on the continent and have settled among others but Evelyn Badu tops them all.
Badu struck five times running away with the Golden boot and Golden ball respectively in the African Women’s Champions League and her achievements are sharp in the eyes of Mamelodi Sundowns.
Soccanews.com has reported that Sundowns are set to table a healthy 1M Dollars for signature of the Hasaacas Ladies forward in what appears to be a record figure for female footballers in West Africa.
The African champions have not yet made contact with the Ghanaian side but could do so in few days ahead. Badu would welcome the deal to South Africa.
The Ghanaian side may also welcome Mamelodi Sundowns bid in order to raise funds for their transfer activities. They began their 2021-2022 season with a 1-0 defeat to Lady Strikers in Ghana’s Women’s Super League Cup held in Accra.
Aftermath of Hasaacas Ladies fine performance in the Women’s Champions League has led to seven of their players including Evelyn Badu have been handed call up to Ghana Women’s U-20 by Ben Fukuo.
They are Doris Boaduwaa, Azuma Bugre, Rahama Jafaru, Asana Bugre, Yahya Asana and goalkeeper Grace Banwaa are the other six players along with Badu named in Black Princesses FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Zambia.