Report emnanting from Ghana have it that 8th times Nigeria Professional Football League champions and two times CAF Champions League champions Enyimba International FC have made an approach to sign Medeama SC goalkeeper Eric Ofori-Antwi.
Ghana Soccernet hinted that the Nigeria giants Enyimba have written to the Ghana Premier League to enquire about the availability of the highly rated goalkeeper over a possible transfer.
It understands that Medeama are ready to let go of Ofori-Antwi if Enyimba’s offer is very convincing.
The former Ghana U20 shot stopper has two more years left on his contract with the Yellow and Mauves outfit.
Ofori-Antwi has been a key figure in the Medeama setup since joining in January 2017 after leaving Asante Kotoko SC.
The 25-year-old was the goalkeeper for Ghana at the 2019 WAFU Cup of Nations in Senegal where the Black Stars B finished as runners-up.
Medeama have already lined up a replacement for Ofori Antwi as they are close to signing former AshantiGold goalie Frank Boateng.
Ofori-Antwi will be teammates with compatriots Daniel Darkwah, Emmanuel Ampiah and Farouk Mohammed if he joins the Aba giants.