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EXCLUSIVE: Monaco slap in massive offer to sign Ghana defender Jerry Akaminko

Posted On Sunday, 22nd December 2013
Monaco have slapped in a massive offer to sign Ghana defender Jerry Akaminko from Turkish club Eski?ehirspor, GHANAsoccernet.com can exclusively reveal.

Jerry Akaminko has been targeted by Monaco

Monaco have slapped in a massive offer to sign Ghana defender Jerry Akaminko from Turkish club Eski?ehirspor, GHANAsoccernet.com can exclusively reveal.

The French side have tabled 9 million Euros to help them prise the central defender, who can also play on the right side of defence, from the Turkish top-flight club.

The big-spending French club are among four clubs in the top leagues of Europe seeking poach the versatile defender from Eski?ehirspor.
Monaco will join rivals Olympique Lyon, Liverpool and Aston Villa who are all keen on signing the Ghana international, insiders have told Ghana’s leading football news outfit, GHANAsoccernet.com.

Eski?ehirspor will have the next two weeks to respond to the offer which could also massively boost the career of the reliable centre-back.

Akaminko’s agent Aytaç Dundar will now have to negotiate with Eski?ehirspor who are holding out for more money for the Ghanaian.

The Turkish club think the Ghanaian is worth more than 10 million Euros which could be the sticking point in the deal.

But the Ghanaian is keen on the move which will catapult him to the limelight by playing in one of the most respected leagues in Europe, boosting his chances of making Ghana’s 2014 World Cup squad.

Eski?ehirspor will also have to listen to the offer as Akaminko’s contract will end at the end of next season which could allow him to leave on a free transfer.

Following his impressive performances in the Turkish top-flight, Akaminko has attracted interest from German, British and French teams who closely monitor his matches.

Almost every week, a senior team of observers from various club in Europe travel to Turkey to watch his matches – a fact known in the Turkish media.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. extroshi says:

    In all this Jerry should make sure he negotiates for first team football. Time and again players make a big move only to end up on the bench…

    • Adamu Muftawu says:

      Bam.Right there on point and Samuel Inkoom is a typical example.Enjoying Champions League football with FC Basel and for money to Dnipro and a second fiddler.

      • Jaja says:

        Exactly, word up. Why are our players so damn greedy? Imagine all of hem not going for cheap money but playing for football reasons. Then we we would have a crazy attack in with Gyan in Sunderland EPL, Inkoom with Basel, Wakaso with Espanyol etc. It’s a pity, cause theses decision really affected the Black Stars.

        • spellBOUND says:

          hahah. such is life bro. and until the human mindset that money can get u everything changes, it will continue to be the case. money to me makes decisions easier; in the short run at least. but the tradeoffs normally appear in the long run. anyway, good luck jerry. this shows that AA almost gave up on u too fast.

  2. kukuphilly says:

    go for it my bro.

  3. danny alvez says:

    i think AA should use him on the right side of defense because inkoom is inactive and he is a shaky defender.

  4. Dr Who says:

    Jerry jump at it…Monaco is a big and better club.you will get champs league opportunities.the life of a footballer on the pitch is short so take your chances.

  5. Speed says:

    Jerry yshould go to France. French football is good for Ghanaian defenders. May the good lord help him triumph.

  6. Zambia Soccerman says:

    Congrats to Jerry A and Blackstars, but as a Zambian I still wonder what Sinzu is still doing in Ituri forest.

  7. oscar fellon says:

    for ur information we are in december not april for you to be posting this wild stories.





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