Mamelodi Sundowns are said to be on the verge of bringing Ghanaian midfielder, Theophilus Anobaah, to the side. The 26-year-old is currently with Medeama FC in the Ghana Premier League.
The player has been impressive for the Ghana outfit. He was outstanding when his side beat Zesco United of Zambia 2-0 in the 2014 CAF Confederations Cup second round first leg match last weekend.
Anobaah played a pivotal role in helping the national team of Ghana on their way to the final of the 2014 African Nations Championship (Chan) in South Africa earlier this year.
According to Soccer Laduma sources close to Anobaah, the player might have already agreed to a deal with the Chloorkop outfit. However, Medeama president,Moses Armah, told the Siya crew that his side has not been contacted about the player.
“Yeah …, but Sundowns have not contacted me. I’m the club’s president. I’ve not been contacted about the player. I think they were following him throughout the tournament (Chan). But as I say nobody has contacted me about the player. He has no agent. I’m managing him myself. I have not given permission to any agent to do a deal for him. If there is anything about him the club should come directly to Medeama. We are going to Zambia and you can come and watch him. We are playing Zesco in Zambia this coming Saturday,” said Armah.
Nigerian midfielder, Ejike Uzoenye and Kudakwashe Mahachi from Zimbabwe, are some of the players that were signed by Sundowns after Chan.