Posted On Tuesday, 23rd July 2013
Wa All Stars will receive half the total transfer amount for Ghanaian midfielder Edwin Gyimah if he is sold by SuperSport United.
Turkish Super Lig club Gaziantepspor have expressed interest in signing the 22-year-old and have thus tabled an undisclosed offer to the South African side.
The player stands to gain from immense bonuses of his prospective move to Turkey materialize.
He however won’t be the only one to gain from this move as All Stars still have a 50% stake in the player.
This means All Stars will receive half of the total transfer amounts accruing from the sale of Gyimah who played for the Wa-based club during his time in the Ghana Premier League.
This prospective cash injection will be a massive boost for All Stars who are set to begin their pre-season activities.
The money could be used to sign new players while defraying existing club debts.