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Five Ghanaian football stars are poised to make big money moves this summer

The largest transfer to date is Kylian Mbappé’s move to Real Madrid, which has occurred during the European teams’ summer transfer window.

The 2024 transfer window is predicted to be quite active, particularly following the Copa America and the Euros, where certain players are likely to try out for transfers to other teams.

Several Ghanaian players’ names have been mentioned frequently as possible contenders to move clubs during the window. The trade of Ghanaian footballer Fatawu Issahaku from Sporting Lisbon to Leicester City is the biggest one to date.

Black Stars center-back Denis Odoi has also moved clubs, joining Royal Antwerp in Belgium from Club Brugge.

Thomas Partey

With a year left on his contract and no indication yet from Arsenal to offer him a new deal, Thomas Partey’s future is uncertain.

The midfielder has been strongly linked with clubs in Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and Italy, with the latest rumors suggesting that Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund is in talks with him over a potential move.

A move for Thomas Partey, who reportedly earns £250,000, to Saudi Arabia would see him become one of the highest earners on the continent.

Mohammed Kudus

Like Partey, Kudus has also been strongly linked with a move to Saudi Arabia.

Credible reports in England and Ghana indicate that the West Ham star is the subject of a £150 million bid from Kudus. The report adds that Kudus could earn $300,000 per week.

The reports further suggest that West Ham is likely to reject the bid from Al Ittihad and keep their star man.

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Five Ghanaian football stars are poised to make big money moves this summer

Baba Rahman

Following his excellent performance in the Greek league, Baba Rahman has been linked with a return to the Ghana Premier League.

Sections of the Ghanaian media report that clubs like Brighton and Brentford are carefully monitoring Baba Rahman and would like to sign him.

Daniel Amartey

Daniel Amartey moved to Turkey a year ago to join Besiktas from Leicester City, but he has been linked with a move away from Besiktas.

The Ghanaian centre-back has found minutes hard to come by in the Turkish league, costing him a place in the Black Stars.

Media reports suggest that Scottish side Celtic is seriously considering adding Amartey to their squad.

Danlad Ibrahim

The Black Stars goalie is one of over twenty players who exited Kumasi Asante Kotoko following the 2023/2024 Ghana football season.

Danlad Ibrahim lost his place as Kotoko’s top shot-stopper after the 2023 AFCON and has been out of the Black Stars since.

The goalkeeper has instructed his team to negotiate with any team that expresses interest in him, and Hearts of Oak are believed to be interested in him.

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