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“I will miss the people of Dormaa Ahenkro” – Yahaya Mohammed inks cryptic message to Aduana Stars supporters

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Experienced striker Yahaya Mohammed has in a post on his WhatsApp status given an indication of his imminent transfer to Ashanti Gold Sporting Club (SC).

The forward has been heavily linked with a move to Ashantigold following his impressive performance in the cancelled league.

The Aduana Stars striker has agreed to join the Miners ahead of the next football season to give them a squad boost.

The player seems to be on his way out of the club after expressing his sadness about leaving the City of Dormaa.

Yahaya Mohammed wrote on his Whatsapp status ” All is done, i will miss the people of Dormaa 😭”

The message has given an hint that the former Ashante Kotoko attacker is on way out of the club and Could be heading to Obuasi to sign for Ashantigold.

It is understood that officials of Ashanti Gold SC and the representatives of Yahaya Mohammed have finalized talks with just the signing of the paperwork in the way of the official announcement.

The veteran striker who scored 11 goals in 15 Ghana Premier League appearances last season is being signed to give the Miners a squad boost as they prepare for the CAF Confederations Cup competition next season.

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