The Bono East region may be without Premier League games next season as Wonders are facing financial crisis
Ghana Premier League side Techiman Eleven Wonders is up for sale after the club was hit with financial crisis, according to reports.
The Bono East Club survived relegation last season by the skin of their teeth but despite the efforts of their players and technical team, they are yet to receive their monthly pay for the last five months.
According to reports in the local media, Wonders owner Nana Ameyaw is ready to accept between $350,000 and $400,000 and hand over the club to new owners.
“Things have reached a point where the club’s finances is in tatters and the owners have decided to put it up for sale. They are looking at an offer of around $350,000 to $400,000,” a source in Techiman told Ghana Sports Online.
Wonders initially rejected an offer by a famous politician from northern part of Ghana who was bent to have a Premier League club in Tamale since the Aliu Mahama Sports Stadium was relatively defunct.
However, with Real Tamale United finally qualifying to participate in the top-flight next season, it is highly impossible the said politician will make another bid.
Wonders, whose city rivals Techiman City have been relegated to Division Two, owe former player Abu Sule 33,500 cedis and has up to August 13 to pay or face transfer ban and demotion.
AshesGyamera.com can report that former Asante Kotoko midfielder Yussif Alhassan Chibsah has been contacted by Wonders to search for potential buyers on their behalf.