Ghanaian International set to seal AFC Leopards move

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If the deal seals through, Bekoe will become the third Ghanaian to have signed with Ingwe this season

Ghanaian international, Eric Bekoe is set to complete a move to AFC Leopards.

The former Kumasi Asante Kotoko striker arrived in Nairobi on Thursday to finalize the deal according to impeccable sources at the Den.

New Ingwe target won the Ghana Premier League Golden Boot in 2008 with Kotoko, Ghana’s most successful club where he cut himself the cult-hero status.

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If the deal seals through, Bekoe will become the third Ghanaian to have signed with Ingwe this season.

Bekoe who is set to sign a two-year deal will join compatriot, the duo of Isaac Oduro and Prince Papa Arko who has since committed themselves to the club.

Robert Matano’s AFC Leopards are currently strengthening the weak points ahead of the start of the 2018 Kenyan Premier League in February. 

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