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Transfer Tavern: Ghanaians players abroad

Published on: 14 June 2012

The official summer window opens in Europe on Wednesday with several Ghanaian players tipped to change clubs.

Udinese midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah heads the list of high profile transfer with Serie A champions Juventus and English giants Manchester United battling it out for his signature.

Udinese have already signed Flamengo midfielder Willians to replace the 23-year-old.

Asamoah is expected to know where his future lies before the close of the week with Juventus' 18 million Euro offer set to be challenged by United who had a 12 million euro bid thrown out.

Sulley Muntari who joined AC Milan on loan from rivals Inter Milan has already been awarded a two-year deal by the Rossoneris.

Parma is expected to tempt Palermo with an offer for midfielder Afriyie Acquah who enjoyed less playing time this season.

West Bromwich Albion watched Fiorentina striker Maxwell Boadu Acosty and may make a move for the striker.

AS Roma midfielder Ahmed Barusso will return to the club from his loan stint at Serie B side Nocerina but the Giallorossi are likely to send him away again.

Manchester United were rumoured to be interested in Genoa striker Richmond Boakye-Yiadom who netted 13 times for Sassuolo in the Serie B. However

Genoa may allow the 19-year-old to join another club to span his planning time.

Compatriot Isaac Cofie will also return to the Stadio Luigi Ferraris.

Striker Matthew Amoah has secured a move back to the Dutch Eredivisie by joining Heerenveen.

The 31-year-old has left Turkish side Mersin to sign a one-year deal for next season's Europa League campaigners.

Vitesse Arnhem are expected to table an offer to sign Black Stars midfielder Anthony Annan on permanent basis from German giants Schalke 04.

With Roman Abramovich handing the Chelsea job to Roberto Di Matteo on permanent basis, Ghana midfielder Michael Essien could exit the Stamford√ā¬†Bridge as the Italian limited him to the bench when he returned from injury.

Asante Kotoko talented full-back Baba Abdul Rahman has signed a five-year contract for promoted Bundesliga I Greuther Furth.

FC Porto are keen to hold on to whiz kid Christian Atsu Twasam though there are interest from Liverpool and Everton. However Enoch Eboh Andoh could leave the Portuguese giants.

French Ligue 1 side Lille, Young Boys, FC Basel and FC Sion are all interested in signing Ghana winger Ishmael Yartey while Olympic Marseille have reportedly enquiry about the availability of the SL Benfica player.

David Addy who was farmed out to Greek Superliga side Panetolikos will return to the club but is likely to be loaned out again.

Olympique Marseille are determined to keep Ghana winger Andre Ayew who is being pursued by English side Arsenal and German giants Bayern Munich.

However attacker Jordan Ayew could be allowed to join Saint Etienne.

Fiorentina have reportedly agreed to let midfielder Amidu Salifu see out the rest of his one-year contract with fellow Serie A side Catania.

Ghana-born former Switzerland U17 midfielder Kofi Ntiamoah Nimeley is seeking a move away from FC Basel in search of more playing time in the coming season.

Atletico Madrid will not consider bids for midfield starlet Thomas Partey who made his senior appearances for the club in Columbia in May.

Enock Adu-Kofi claims Portuguese side FC Sporting have shown interested in securing his service from Danish side Nordsjælland.

English Premier League pair Aston Villa and Fulham will once again test the resolve of Ukrainian side FC Dnipro to keep Black Stars midfielder Derek

Boateng while defender Samuel Inkoom is said to be considering his future at the club.

Bernard Yao Kumordzi wants to exit relegated Ligue 1 side Dijon but no clubs have officially table bids to sign him from next season's Ligue 2 campaigners.

Former Ghana U20 striker Kwame Nsor claims German Bundesliga II side FC Kaiserslautern has reached an agreed with National league side Metz.

Dutch Eredivisie pair Heerenveen and Groningen will try their luck luring hit-man Abdul Majeed Waris from BK Hacken.

Ghana U20 starlet Nasiru Mohammed is set to complete a move to Swedish side Hacken.

Fenerbahce are said to be monitoring the situation of Ghana defender Jerry Akaminko at Manisaspor who have been relegated from the top flight.

Arsenal could farm out enterprising defender Daniel Boateng to a lower-tier to gain some experience.

Emmanuel Frimpong whose loan stint with Wolverhampton Wanderers was marred by a season-ending injury would return to Arsenal.

AC Milan are said to be considering bid from Manchester United and Real Madrid to sign midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng.

The fate of striker Dominic Adiyiah would be determined as the transfer period grinds on.

Romanian top flight sides Gloria Bistri?a and Concordia Chiajna are possible suitors for 24-year-old Ghanaian midfielder Christopher Quist.

Egyptian giants Ahli have made a US$ 1.1 million bid for striker Samuel Afum but their offer fall short of FC Smouha's $2million demand for the former Hearts of Oak forward.

However Belgian side Lierse SK are observing the striker who netted eight times before the season was cancelled.

Stade Rennes will not listen to any offers for defender John Boye who impressed at the Nations Cup.

Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu claims a host of EPL clubs have approached him but says he will not leave the Stadio Friuli until next two seasons.

Striker Asamoah Gyan could make his loan move to UAE side Al-Ain permanent by signing a two year deal from Sunderland.

Winger Quincy Owusu-Abeyie will revert to Qatari side Al-Sadd after spending the season on loan at Panathinaikos.

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