After a protracted negotiation process, Ghana champions Aduana Stars get to keep one of their star players, Elvis Opoku.
The youngster signed a three-year contract extension Friday.
The deal will now see him remain at the Dormaa-based club till 2020.
Opoku joined Aduana from Division One side Bibiani Gold Stars in August 2014 after emerging the top scorer of the 2013/14 MTN FA Cup.
The 2016/17 league winners initiated moves to tie down the combative midfielder to a new deal in the middle of the just ended season. But the club’s offer at the time, Footy-Ghana.com understands, was way below Opoku’s expectations hence waited till the end of the season.
Aduana were at the risk of losing Opoku with rivals Asante Kotoko pulling strings in attempt to snatch the player as negotiations broke down again earlier this week.
However, the Fire Club managed to make a headway with negotiations today and have signed their man.
Elvis Opoku featured 29 times for Aduana Stars in the 2016/17 Ghana Premier League.