The agent responsible for the transfer of Ghanaian trio Stephen Sarfo, Felix Addo and Gideon Waja to Kuwait side Al Qadsia has debunked reports that the players are on trials with the club insisting it's a direct deal without trials.
CEO of Mkysports Management, the agency responsible for the deal, Micky Saddiq claims the the club is only negotiating personal terms with the players ahead of their medical on Thursday.
"Stephen Sarfo, Gideon Waja and Felix Addo are not on trials in Kuwait. They are signing outright deals after their medical tomorrow," he tells Ghanasoccernet.com
"They are training because for the past 10 days they have not trained. Hence their slight exercise. It is not a trial with the club.
"They are negotiating their personal terms of the contract, reason why they are here in Kuwait. They are not on trial because they are not trial players.
"The club saw enough of their performance during the WAFU Cup of Nations and they don't need to come on trial again before they sign," he added.
He hinted the players could put pen to paper before the end of the week.
By: Sheikh Tophic Sienu @desheikh1 on twitter