Cypriot giants Anorthosis and APOEL in a race to sign Ghanaian talent Ebo Andoh
By Akyereko Frimpong Manson
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Cypriot giants Anorthosis Famagusta and APOEL Nicosia are among a flock of clubs lined up to sign talented Ghanaian winger Enoch Ebo Andoh, according to reports in Cyprus.
The 21-year-old former FC Porto youth team player has attracted the interest of Anorthosis and APOEL following his impressive performance for Cypriot top-tier leaders AEL Limassol.
Anorthosis scouts have monitored the performance of the former King Faisal whizkid and has recommended him to manager Jorge Costa while the manager also personally monitored the youngster during his spell in Portugal.
Anorthosis will slap in a $3.5 million offer for the 2011 Ghana U20 winger but will have to beat off local rivals APOEL Nicosia.
APOEL boss Giorgios Donis is eager to improve his attack for the second round of the season and has identified the Ghana who has played ten times for AEL and set up seven goals this season.
However, the two giants are facing competition from a couple of Swedish and Belgian clubs who have also shown interest in the player.