Prince Opoku Agyemang closes on Cape Town City move as forward arrives in South Africa

Medeama SC forward Prince Opoku Agyemang closes in on a season-long loam move to South African side Cape Town City according to reports.

While Europe’s transfer window is shutdown, the African market continues to see interesting deals with especially South African clubs signing reinforcements from across the continent.

Cape Town City is no exception with that ahead of the 2020/2021 season that starts perhaps next week and the South African Premiership a week after.

Medeama SC forward Prince Opoku Agyemang wins MOTM Award after Ghana Premier League victory over Dreams FC in Tarkwa.

Ghana Premier League striker Prince Opoku Agyemang is the latest the PSL outfit will add to their ranks before their MTN 8 clash against Orlando Pirates on Saturday evening.

Agyemang, 28, has proven his capabilities beyond the Ghana Premier after involving 14 times in 13 appearances for Medeama last season before the term was suspended back in March and cancelled in June due to crisis from the coronavirus pandemic.

The 28-year old talented goal fetcher was linked with a move to local rivals Asante Kotoko especially beginning of this season- that will start next month- but the Ghanaian side failed to make their interest official.

Cape Town City later entered into race with European clubs for Agyemang’s signature but it was the Premier Soccer League side that have won the race to land the forward.

Cape Town won the race back in April after reaching agreement with the player’s parent club Medeama SC to take the forward on a season-long loan with option to make the deal permanent.

Agyemang is understood to arrive in South Africa on Thursday morning to complete formalities of the transfer as claimed by a report in

Having started his career as competent goal scorer in lower tier side Masso FC in Asokwa, Agyemang netted 8 goals in 10 games for New Edubiase in the 2018-2019 Ghana Premier League.

In December 2019, he joined Medeama before the start of the Ghana Premier League and continued his goal scoring prowess with the Tarkwa based side.

He made his Ghana Premier League debut for Medeama in an away game against Cape Coast Ebusua Dwarfs at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium and marked the event by scoring a goal in a 3–1 win.

Prince Opoku Agyemang joined by Black Stars B teammate Habib Mohammed in a warmup of Ghana’s CHAN qualifiers against Burkina Faso at Baba Yara Sports Stadium.

On the following match day he scored a first-half brace against giants Accra Hearts of Oak at the TNA Park as Medeama scooped a 3–0 win.

Agyemang was named in the Ghana Black Stars B squad that played at the 2019 WAFU Cup of Nations in Senegal.

During the preparatory matches for the tournament he scored a total of 10 goals in 5 games for the side which was managed by Maxwell Konadu. He scored a hat-trick against Tema Youth FC and a brace against Division One League side Young Apostles


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