Ghana side slap R5 million price tag on PSL linked striker
Yaw Annor, a striker with PSL ties, has been priced out by Ghanaian club Ashanti Gold at a whopping R5 million. With 22 goals, the 24-year-old defeated Asante Kotoko's Franck Mbella, who has also been linked to a move to South Africa, to claim the title of Ghana Premier League goal scorer for the 2021–2022 season.
Annor has a contract with Ashanti Gold through June 2023, however if the team is demoted to Division Two League due to match-fixing, Annor might be forced to depart.
At Bechem United, where he started his career, he won the 2016 MTN FA Cup. He left the team for Spain, but struggled there and was forced to return permanently to Bechem in 2020. He was purchased by Ashgold for the Hunters in 2021.
Eighth in the world, the frontman is ranked In terms of goals scored in 2022, the frontman is placed at number 8 in the whole world.
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