Ghanaian defender Yussif Nurudeen Mohammed has completed the first step to sealing a move to giant’s Asante Kotoko SC, after having his medicals.
The Center back on Monday completed his medicals ahead of a sensational move to the Reds. He is expected to meet the club officials to finalise deal with paper works on Wednesday.
He will join the Porcupine Warriors on a permanent contract with Kotoko offering him a three-year contract.
Nurudeen is joining Kotoko on a free transfer, following his contract with Real Tamale United expiring after 2022/23 season.
He paid his dues to the Northern based outfit as they retained their Premiership status.
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