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Smouha FC will demand $2m for striker Samuel Affum

Published on: 08 June 2012

By Akyereko Frimpong-Manson

Egyptian side FC Smouha will not consider selling Ghanaian striker Samuel Afum for a penny less than $2million.

The 23-year-old is being targeted by giants Al Ahli who have tabled a bid for his services believed to be in the region of $1.1 million.

But officials of the Alexandria-based side insist their prize asset will only be allowed to leave for the right price.

“Afum is a special player and I would not let him go unless there is a financial benefit,” Smouha coach Shawky Gharib told FilGoal.com.

“I think $2million would be reasonable. For less than that we will not let him go.”

The former Hearts of Oak hitman who has two years left on his contract netted seven times for Smouha before the cancellation of the Egyptian league season.

Belgian side Lierse SK are also monitoring the striker closely

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