Nigerian giants Enyimba International FC have made an approach to sign Medeama SC goalkeeper Eric Ofori-Antwi, GHANAsoccernet.com can exclusively report.
Enyimba have written to the Ghana Premier League side to enquire about the availability of the highly rated goalkeeper over a possible transfer.
GHANAsoccernet.com understands 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.