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Exclusive: Wakaso on the verge of joining English club Swansea

Posted On Monday, 1st July 2013
Mubarak Wakaso on his way to Swansea

Mubarak Wakaso on his way to Swansea

Ghana midfielder Mubarak Wakaso is on the verge of joining English Premier League club Swansea – in a move that could be sealed in a few hours time, GHANAsoccernet.com can exclusively reveal.

The Swans are in the final stages of negotiations with Espanyol for the 22-year-old following the capture of Jordi Amat.

Espanyol would be receiving around 4m Euros for the transfer of the Ghana international but half of that amount will be going to Villareal who have a 50% stake in the player.

Wakaso emerged one of the star performers for Ghana at the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations where he finished the competition as joint-top scorer.

He has since been reportedly tracked by Italian giants Inter Milan with notable mentions of an interest also from Valencia and Wigan.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. thise guy is worth more than that.He is far beter than most europien players.why is prices of Afriacan players are always low.

  2. GH Panther says:

    looks like there will be a more ghanaian presence in the EPL next season.

  3. Cofie says:

    Who else is going there?

  4. phillbanger says:

    lets hope its true.if it is he will be a big hit at the epl.

  5. Troy says:

    YES HE WOULD BE A BIG HIT THERE. BUT SWANSEA SERIOUSLY? WHAT HAPPENED TO EVERTON L’pool AND THE REST?

  6. Daniel says:

    Welsh club! Not English!

  7. Nii Kwatei says:

    Im not sure if EPL is that much better than La Liga. But should he go there, wish him all the best!

  8. kuukuphilly says:

    I don’t like it,from big club to small small club ..wai

  9. Tony says:

    Pls where is your source.

  10. HEEBA says:

    Swan-what? Oh no.





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