The shot-stopper is on the verge of parting ways with the Royals barely eight months after joining them
Legon Cities goalkeeper Eric Ofori Antwi ‘Alawa’ is looking to leave the club in search of more playing time ahead of 2022/23 Ghana Premier League season, your reliable transfer news source AshesGyamera.com can confirm.
The 27-year-old, who previously played for Kotoko, joined Legon in a two-year deal in 2021 after he was transferred from Medeama but things have not worked as expected.
Although, Legon had a wonderful finish to the Premier League season as they rallied to beat the relegation scare and also finish in top half, Ofori struggled to impress coach Maxwell Konadu.
At a point, he was dropped to the substitutes which confirmed reports that he is not in the good books of his coach.
However, there is plenty of interest in Antwi whose contract expires at the end of next season and our sources close to the player have confirmed that Nsoatreman are exploring the possibility of signing him for their maiden participation in Ghana Premier League next season
Nsoatreman booked their place in the top-flight this week after pipping Tamale City 2-1 in the Zone 1 playoff at Accra Sports Stadium after play off.
Ofori was born and raised in Sunyani, just a stone throw to Nsoatre and talks have already began for him to join them.
Nsoatreman joins Kotoku Royals and Samatex as the three debutants to participate in Ghana Premier League next season.
The 2022/23 season is scheduled to kick off in September but the transfer window will be opened in July