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Jonathan Sowah: Mamelodi Sundowns and Al Ahly Reportedly Interested in Ghanaian Forward
- Mamelodi Sundowns and Al Ahly are reportedly tracking a new prospect
- In-form forward Jonathan Sowah is set to leave Medeama SC in January
- The Black Stars striker helped the Ghanaian side to their first league title
Ghanaian forward, Jonathan Sowah has reportedly popped up on the radar of African giants, Mamelodi Sundowns and Al Ahly.
The Medeama SC striker has attracted interest from several clubs due to impressive performances for the Ghanaian champions.
Sowah led the Mauve and Yellow to their first-ever Ghana Premier League title last season, earning him a place in the Black Stars.
The 24-year-old also played a pivotal role as Medeama SC reached the group stage of the CAF Champions League.
According to Football Ghana, the performance of the forward against Al Ahly has seen him become a target of top clubs on the continent.
Meanwhile, the president of the club, Dr Tony Aubynn has confirmed interest in the forward but remains adamant about the player's future.
"Now, we do not want the player transferred to any club, but perhaps in the future, we will think about it," Dr Aubynn said to OnTime Sport, as quoted by snl24.com.
The Medeama boss said Sowah was a 'powerful force' for the team but admitted they had not set a specific price for him.
"There are no negotiations between Medeama and Al Ahly regarding Jonathan Sowah, and we have several clubs interested in the player, including Egyptian and European clubs."
Sowah has netted four goals in eight matches in the new Ghana Premier League season.
Medeama SC transfers nine players to Malta
Sports Brief previously reported on Medeama transferring nine players to Sirens FC in Malta during the summer transfer window.
The players include experienced midfielder and long-serving captain Kwasi Donsu as well as Prosper Owusu Boakye and Charles Agyemang.
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Frank Boateng, Joshua Agyemang, Bismark Asare, Daniel Opoku, Moro Muktar, and Akadom Mohammed Hafiz were also shipped out.
Medeama wins GPL title for the first time
Sports Brief also previously reported that Medeama were crowned champions of Ghana after a successful 2022/23 season.
The Tarkwa-based club ended the campaign top of the league with 60 points to win a first-ever Ghana Premier League title.
The Mauve and Yellow needed a point in their last game of the season and did so in emphatic style, thumping Tamale City.