Bursaspor interested in Waris and Badu

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The Black Stars duo could become the ninth and tenth Ghanaians in the Turkish top tier

Turkish side Bursaspor is considering a double move for Ghanaian pair Majeed Waris and Emmanuel Badu, according to reports.

Bursaspor is looking to bolster their squad for the upcoming season after finishing 14th in the Super Lig last season and have been heavily linked with Lorient forward Waris.  

Waris’ move to Bursa is nearly complete after the player agreed personal terms and nears his return to the Turkish top tier after an unsuccessful stint with Trabzonspor in the 2014/2015 season.

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Fotomac understands that the Green and Whites are also interested in Waris’ compatriot Badu of Udinese in the Serie A.

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The report suggests that the Bursaspor's executive has been in contact with Badu and is keen on bringing him Timsah Arena on a loan deal.

Badu, who is also reportedly on the radar of newly-promoted English Premiership side Huddersfield Town FC, is open to a move away from Stadia Fruili after seven years at the club.


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