AshantiGold CEO, Emmanuel Frimpong has revealed that the club has started negotiations to hand new deals to Abdul Latif Anabila and James Akaminko.
The midfield duo have been linked with moves away from the Len Clay Stadium, specifically to regional rivals Asante Kotoko.
Anabila’s links with Kotoko is well-reported in the media while Akaminko, according to our sources, was willing to run down his contract with the Miners in order to secure a dream move to the Porcupine Warriors.
But the new Miners CEO says that the club has started extension talks with both players.
“We are already in talks with them [Latif Anabila and James Akaminko] for fresh contracts.
“We can’t afford to lose them to any local club, so we are holding talks with them with good offers,” Frimpong told Oyerepa FM.
Having accepted to represent Ghana in the 2020/21 Caf Confederation Cup, Frimpong added that AshantiGold will be augmenting their squad with new signings.
“The squad will be strengthened with new players for our Caf Confederation Cup campaign,” he noted.
Meanwhile, AshantiGold’s Italian coach, Roberto Landi is currently locked out of Ghana as a result of the closure of borders forced by the COVID-19 pandemic.