Esperance de Tunis open negotiations with Turkish SuperLiga side Yeni to sell Ghanaian midfielder Kwame Bonsu

Kwame Bonsu completed a big money move from Ghana Premier League outfits Asante Kotoko to Esperance de Tunis last summer.

The Ghanaian International walked straight into Moïne Chaâbani‘s starting eleven and has shined in Esperance colours since his arrival at Stade Olympique de Radès.

He has attracted interest from several European clubs but Turkish SuperLiga side Yeni Malatyaspor have remained committed to signing Kwame Bonsu.

It claimed by Ghanasoccernet that the Tunisian giants have opened and are in advanced stage of the negotiations with Malatyaspor to reach agreement for the Ghanaian midfielder.

Esperance are reportedly planning massive shakeup in their setup following their CAF Champions League quarter finals exit by Zamalek.

And Bonsu could be allowed to leave for $15million at the end of this season despite having three year remaining on his contract at Esperance.

It’s reckoned that the North African side knee on a reunion with Ghaylan Al-Shalali who manager Chaabani view as more experienced and well-understands his (Chaabani) philosophy.

Esperance face stiffer opposition from Zamalek for Al-Shalali’s signature after terminating his contract with  Malatya Spor over failure of the Turkish side to pay the Tunisian’s financial dues Futball Surgery understands.

“I decided to rescind my contract with Turkish Malatya after attempts at a friendly solution,” Al-Shalali told Tunisian newspaper Al-Shorouk.

Bonsu, 25, was instrumental in Kotoko CAF Confederation Cup group stage achievement in 2018-2019 campaign before helping the Ghanaian side to qualify for the 2019-2020 Champions League.

On the side of Esperance, they are also monitoring Bonsu’s replacement at Kotoko Justice Blay and could launch a bid for Blay if they miss out on transfer on Tunisian midfielder Al-Shalali especially now that the Tunisian International has opened talks with Zamalek.


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