Ghana's 'Wonder Boy' expected to make a switch to the Green and Reds in the second tier of Turkey
Turkish side Trabzonspor have agreed in principle to sell Ghanaian youngster Torric Jebrin to Second Division side Karsiyaka FC.
According to Bolu Gundem Gazetesi, the player who was on loan last season at Trabzon 1461, has caught the eyes of Karsiyaka manager Sait Karafirtinalar.
“Sait says he wants Jebrin and Trabzonspor have agreed to do business with them," Gazetesi stated.
Karsiyaka are also eager to sign Ghanaian striker Emmanuel Osei Banahene on permanent basis as he was the club’s best player last season where he netted 14 goals which is the highest a player of the club has scored in their history.
Jebrin on the other hand also claims that Bordeaux wants to sign him and it is not clear whether he will move to Karsiyaka or Bordeaux in the French Ligue 1.
He moved to Bucaspor in 2011 before signing for Trabzonspor in 2012 after a wonderful debut season but failed to find his form back which made the club to send him on loan.
The former Accra Hearts of Oak offensive midfielder had trials with Portsmouth and Atletico Madrid in the early stage of his career.