Goalkeeper Kingsley Kissi is on a try-out for a move to Ghana Premier League side Inter Allies.
The Hearts of Oak youngster is currently on trials at Tema-based outfit in an attempt to complete a loan deal to the GPL side to have more playing time.
The young goalkeeper is facing a battle to be regular for the Phobians with Bukinabe Soulama Abdoulaye and Mutawaikilu Seidu being the club’s preferred safe pair of hands.
Inter Allies recently put five players on transfer after ahead of the new season which included goalkeeper Mustapha Odam while the club also refused to renew experienced Felix Andoh’s contract.
Inter Allies currently have two senior goalkeepers Osei Kwame and the recently signed Kwame Baah from relegated Heart of Lions and are targeting one more addition to their goalkeeping department.
The promising goalkeeper is hoping to impress and land a season-long loan with Inter Allies where he can have a go at first team action in the upcoming season.
Kissi is one of about twelve players being targeted by Inter Allies according to the Club’s Chief Executive Officer Delali Senaye to replace players that have left the club.
Inter Allies placed sixth in the 2014/2015 Ghana Premier League.
By Kelvin Owusu Ansah