Ceramica Cleopatra near move for Esperance and former Asante Kotoko midfielder Kwame Bonsu

Ghana and Esperance midfielder Kwame Bonsu is on the verge of completing a move to Egyptian Premier League newcomers Ceramica Cleopatra.

The Giza-based side recently gained promotion to the topflight after topping Group Two of the Second Division’s League one point ahead of Petrojet, who lost the chance for a return to topflight league.

Following their qualification to the North African’s top flight, Cleopatra have been on the market to strengthen their squad ahead of the 2020/2021 season.

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They have already confirmed 12 signings including Ghana playmaker Winful Cobbinah from Albanian champions FK Tirana.

The club’s transfer policy ahead of the 2020/21 term has been to sign only three foreign players, as recently disclosed by Director of football Moataz Al-Battawi.

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Over the past few weeks, there have been negotiations to sign box-to-box midfielder Kwame Bonsu who just completed his first season with Tunisian champions Esperance.

Bonsu, 26, was acquired from Asante Kotoko in a $150,000 deal with the Porcupines expected to receive a 30% share of any onward transfer.

Cleopatra and Esperance are very close to agreeing deal for Bonsu who is also reportedly willing to play in the Egytpain Premier League.

However, the newly promoted side face competition from Saudi Arabian clubs.


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