The 28-year-old has been told to look elsewhere following series of uninspiring performance after joining the Porcupine Warriors
Asante Kotoko have terminated the contract of striker Mawuli Osei following a dismal start to his stay in Kumasi, AshesGyamera understands.
The 28-year-ol joined Kotoko in February from Israeli side Maccabi Sha’arayim FC in a two-year deal after impressing coach Paa Kwesi Fabin but has failed to live up to the fans’ expectations.
A section of the supporters recently threatened to invade the club’s training grounds to drag him out if he’s not released after Kotoko’s 3-1 defeat to newbies Karela United FC in the Ghana Premier League.
Osei has now joined Sadick Adams, Eric Donkor, Yakubu Mohammed, Edwin Tuffour Frimpong, Frank Sarfo Gyamfi and Seth Opare who saw their contracts mutually terminated last week.
According to a report filed by Light FM, youngster Alhaji Isahaku Mohammed is likely to sign a deal with Kotoko by the close of the day from Kendi FC in Winneba, as coach Fabin begins his rebuilding with several young players.
Kotoko have picked only 17 points after 12 games this season, throwing away a staggering 19 points in the process.