Medeama SC have announced reaching an agreement with Asante Kotoko over the transfer of duo Richard Boadu and Samuel Appiah.
Footy-Ghana.com picks up that there is a combined GH¢190,000 in transfer fee involved over the two players.
Boadu, a central midfielder, who recently had unsuccessful trials with Serbian giants FK Partizan, comes at a cost of GH¢150,000 while right-back Appiah also heads to Kumasi for a GH¢40,000 fee.
Footy-Ghana.com can also report that Medeama will be entitled to 40% of the net transfer fees of any future sale of both players by Kotoko.
Kotoko first moved for the transfer of the two players prior to the start of last season, however, the Porcupine Warriors could not lure the Mauve and Yellows into reaching an agreement.
Kotoko finally made a headway with Medeama who insisted on outright payment of the transfer fees for the two players before sanctioning the deals.
The Mauve and Yellows took to their socials to announce reaching the agreements with Kotoko on Friday:
We have reached an agreement with Asante Kotoko SC for the permanent transfer of midfielder Richard Boadu and defender Samuel Appiah
— Medeama SC (@MedeamaSC) September 24, 2021
23-year-old Boadu made 24 league appearances for Medeama in the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League with his only goal of the campaign coming in a 2-1 away win over Kotoko at Len Clay Stadium.
Appiah, 27, meanwhile played 22 times in the GPL.