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EXCLUSIVE: Al-Fayha intensify negotiations with giants Al-Ahli for star man Samuel Owusu

Published on: 15 September 2020
EXCLUSIVE: Al-Fayha intensify negotiations with giants Al-Ahli for star man Samuel Owusu
Samuel Owusu enjoyed an explosive debut season in Saudi Arabia

Saudi giants Al-Ahli have intensified negotiations with Al-Fayha over a deal to sign highly-rated Ghana winger Samuel Owusu, GHANAsoccernet.com Headquarters can exclusively report. 

The 24-year-old is open to a move to the Prince Mohammed bin Abdullah Al Faisal Stadium after an explosive debut season in the Saudi Pro League, the top flight of Saudi Arabian football.

High-ranking officials at the club are holding talks as Al-Ahli try to come up with a formula that will see Al-Fayha open the door for the Ghana international's departure.

Al-Ahli are are aware that an transfer hinges on the relegated Saudi side parting away with huge money in exchange for the in-demand Ghanaian.

GHANAsoccernet.com understands that the winger's able, reliable, efficient and top representative Michael Osekre is working around the clock to tie a new deal for his client.

Al-Fahya, who were relegated at the end of the recently concluded season, are weighing up an offer tabled by Al-Ahli.

The relegated Saudi Pro League side will struggle to hold onto the poster boy who delighted the crowd with his immense quality last season.

Chinese giants Shanghai SIPG and United Arab Emirates side Al-Ain are hot on the heels of the Ghanaian, who bagged double-figures in all competitions in his debut season.

Owusu joined Al-Fayha in the summer of 2019 and drew massive attention after scoring seven goals and providing two assists in 29 matches in the league.

The speedster and dribble magician is a man that is small in stature but massive when it came to ability and heart.

With great acceleration and a thrilling directness about his play, he's got an extremely bright future.

It's been a remarkable turnaround for the hugely-talented wideman since he broke into stardom after his explosive breakthrough with the Black Stars

Owusu started his professional career in 2014 after signing for Serbian side Radnik Sordolica.

He moved to Turkish side Genclerberligi before returning to the Serbian league to sign for  Čukarički in 2017 where he scored seven goals and provided 10 assists last season.

He has been capped 8 times by Ghana.

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