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Full list of 2021/22 GPL transfers completed on deadline day

The first transfer window for the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League season has ended with 18 clubs in the Ghanaian top-flight active on the transfer market.

Most of the clubs made various signings to strengthen their squad ahead of the league campaign which begins October 29.

The most successful club in the Ghanaian league, Asante Kotoko and debutants Bibiani Gold Stars made the most transfers with both adding a total number of 12 new players each to their sides.

The defending champions Accra Hearts of Oak recorded 10 signings including one of the highlights of the transfers when they managed a move for Gladson Awako from city rivals Great Olympics.

Below is the list of all 140 players who completed their moves on deadline day.

 

Accra Lions FC (11) – Evans Eenee, Abass Samari Salifu, Fawzan Alhassan Dandawa, Richard Sackey, Alex Ketu, Kwadwo Junior Kyeremanteng, Shawkan Hunalf Mohammed, Frederick Akatuk, Daniel Awuni, Hagan Frimpong, Progress Uzondu Nwachukwu

Aduana Stars (6) – Emmanuel Gyamfi, Welbeck Takyi, Kwame Adom Frimpong, Shaibu Iddrisu, Eric Kwakwa, Shadrack Mensah

Asante Kotoko (12) – Clinton Opoku, Stephen Amankona, Richmond Lamptey, Maxwell Agyemang, Samuel Boateng, Isaac Oppong, Richard Boadu, Dickson Afoakwa, Augustine Agyapong, Sheriff Mohammed, Samuel Appiah, Joseph Amoako

AshantiGold SC (4) – Aminu Adams, John Josiah Andoh, Kennedy Ashia, Joseph Amoah

Bechem United (10) – Paul Kwei Junior, Eric Bello, Ezekiel Tetteh, Obuoba Yaw Dasi, Samuel Akwasi Amoto, Francis Acquah, Emmanuel Avornyo, Samuel Osei Kuffour, Augustine Okrah, Manuel Ankumah

Berekum Chelsea (6) – Zakaria Fuseini, Braimah Foster Ali, Nelson Ladzagla, Justice Anane, Benjamin Nana Yeboah, Enock Addo

Bibiani Goldstars FC (12) – Mahmud Oshie, Maxwell Ansah, Abdul Latif, Kofi Ansah, Lateef Abubakar, Frank Agyei Jnr, Michael Ainoo, Mohammed Polo, Charles Gyamfi Kamara, Samuel Amofa, Abubakar Aziz, Evans Owusu

Dreams FC (2) – Dana Blessing, Amadu Amadu

Eleven Wonders (6) – Abass Mohammed, Yaw Acheampong, Michael Yeboah, Isaac Kwain, Joseph Baah, Razak Issah

Elmina Sharks (3) – Kingsley Braye, Michelle Sarpong, Emmanuel Adjetey,

Great Olympics (9) – Gabriel Nudakpa, Solomon Adomako, Abdul Razak Yusif, George Asamoah, Frimpong Boateng, Iddrisu Murad, Sulley Ibrahim, Maxwell Owusu, Emmanuel Asante

Hearts of Oak (10) – Gladson Awako, Enock Asubonteng, Salim Adams, Benjamin Yorke, Isaac Agyenim Boateng, Seidu Suraj, Kofi Kordzi, William Opoku Asiedu, Yaw Amankwah Baafi, Ushau Abu

Karela United (7) – Emmanuel Owusu Boakye, Emmanuel Anaful, Matthew Kelvin Andoh, Ebenezer Ocran, Samuel Attah Kusi, Philip Flamini, Rashid Seidu

King Faisal (9) – Frank Sarfo Gyamfi, James Opoku Nyimfah, Emmanuel Sarkodie, Gadafi Amadu Junior, Frank Sarfo Gyamfi, Ibrahim Osman, Godfred Asiamah, Frank Boateng, Kwabena Kyeremanteng

Legon Cities (10) – Rashid Mohammed, Samuel Ayitey Okine, Nafiu Sulemana, Michel Otou, Nii Gyashie Acquaye Bortey, Eric Ofori Antwi, Mubarak Issah, Ali Hashim, William Essu, Hamzah Abdul Nassiru

Medeama SC (11) – Patrick Kofi Ansu, Seth Sowah, Samadu Abdulai, Junior Alipio Ranious, Boris Junior Mandjui, John Moosie, Mathew Essiam, Kofi Asmah, King Archerson, Akesse Akesse, Benjamin Abaidoo

Real Tamale United (11) – Mohammed Nurudeen Yussif, Effah Francis, Prince Attah Antwi, Ishmael Nketiah, Kwame Boakye, Osei Yaw, Abdul Fatawu Issahaku, Appiah Yaw Clinton, David Abagna Sanda, Mohammed Yakubu, Abdulai Hafiz

West African Football Academy (WAFA) SC (2) – Anthony Brebo, Razak Simpson

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