Three of the PSL’s top clubs are monitoring Kofi Nti Boakye closely, with the Ghanaian striker’s representative indicating that Orlando Pirates, Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns have all expressed an interest in his services.
The striker is currently on the books of Asanti Kotoko in the Ghanaian Premier League, with the 26-year-old scoring regularly in his domestic league.
Boakye’s representative, Paulus Andy, confirmed to Soccer-Laduma that the three giants of South African football are all keen on landing the player’s signature.
There have been a number of Ghanaian players that have been linked with a move to the PSL recently, with Boakye being the latest.
Black Stars’ goalkeeper, Fatau Dauda, is expected to conclude a deal with Pirates next week, while Maritzburg United have been trying to sign Yakubu Mohammed from Ghana Premier League side Ashanti Gold.
Chiefs’ football manager, Bobby Motaung, recently revealed that the club is looking for a striker and a centre-back, while Pirates and Sundowns are also looking to bolster their respective squads.