League champions Aduana Stars winger, Daniel Darkwah is set to join Mexican side Murciélagos FC, Footy-Ghana.com can reveal.
The left-sided attacker, who is also comfortable at left back, is on his way out of Dormaa for nothing following the expiration his contract. This comes as another big name exit after captain Godred Saka left in the same circumstance.
Footy-Ghana.com has confirmed that the left-footed Black Stars “B” midfielder is on his way out of the country to undergo a medical examination at the Mexican club in the coming days.
Should the deal be completed, Darkwah will become the second Ghanaian signing by the club in the January transfer window. They recently acquired compatriot and former Hearts of Oak captain Joseph Owusu Bempah in a similar free agent deal from Serbian side Vojvodina.
Darkwa joined Aduana Stars after the 2009/10 title winning season and went on to establish himself as a key player for the Oyga side, helping them to clinch their second league honour just last season.
Murciélagos is a relatively young club founded 9 years ago in the CONCACAF region. They play in the Ascenso MX – the second professional level (First Division) of the Mexican football league system. It’s an 18-team system whose winner gets promoted to the Primera Division (top-flight).
The Bats, as they called, have their home venue as the 9,725 capacity Estadio Centenario located in Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico.