Aduana FC have sealed agreements with Emmanuel Gyamfi, Kwame Adom Frimpong and Samuel Frimpong, Footy-Ghana.com has confirmed.
The trio are part of the players released by Ghana Premier League rivals Asante Kotoko after the 2020/21 season.
Footy-Ghana.com can reveal that both winger Gyamfi and defensive midfielder Adom Frimpong are already in Dormaa and were given their contract copies on Tuesday to peruse details of the free agent agreements reached before signing the dotted lines.
Right-back Samuel Frimpong, who was initially made available for loan, has found his way out of Kotoko permanently after almost a four-year stay and also tilts towards signing for the Fire club. Club sources indicate he is expected to sign his contract in Accra before deadline day.
Emmanuel Gyamfi spent five years at Kotoko and was one of their key performers last season.
Adom Frimpong, on the other hand, was often out injured last season and spent 21 months at Kotoko after arriving in December 2019.
Aduana FC have been quiet but busy with their transfer business ahead of the 2021/22 season.
Aside the Kotoko trio, the two-time league champions have among others also signed former Medeama SC midfielder Eric Kwakwa and striker Welbeck Takyi from Bofoakwa Tano in the Division One League.