Peter Shalulile, 24, a dangerous striker who has been heavily linked with a move to our top-flight division, is only available for a cost in the area of five million.
He was offered a contract with a Spanish club, but he decided to return home after being frustrated by his lack of playing time. This is fantastic news, as he is now widely regarded as one of the best goal scorers of his generation. As a result of their match-fixing conviction, his team will be playing in the lower level next season.
The player is willing to consider playing for another club next season in our league; he wants very much to play for his country's national team.
It is clear that our league needs more players like Yaw Annor if it is to develop and become more competitive; he is the real deal, and he has the ability to transform any of the top six sides in the division into title challengers. Talent is abundant in Africa; if we invest in our game's growth, we can eventually compete with teams from around the world.
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