Ghanaian forward Derrick Sasraku has opened talks with Club Africain after a breakdown in talks with MSK Ziliana, GHANASoccernet.com exclusively report.
The former Aduana stars forward was on the verge of joining Slovakian giants MŠK Žilina in the ongoing transfer window.
However, the deal broke down after he rejected the offer from the club according to information gathered by Ghanasoccernet.
Sasraku is in negotiations with Club Africain and will sign a two year deal with the club before the window closes.
The 24-year-old has been faced with disciplinary issues with the management of Aduana Stars after his training ground bust-up with teammate Elvis Opoku.
He was sacked by the club after failing to report to training in the aftermath of the infamous incident but was pardoned after some opinion leaders and his teammates pleaded on his behalf.
Meanwhile, the Tunisian giants are also in the market for fellow Ghanaian forward Stephen Sarfo, who won the golden boot at the WAFU Cup of nations.Read Full Story